Since 2013 we are Experts in Voice and Upper Airway Therapy
Kristie is a speech language pathologist and clinical vocologist driven to provide a unique option for total voice care. In 2006, Kristie was an aspiring vocal performance major when she was diagnosed with a vocal cyst on her left vocal cord. She received vocal rehabilitation, underwent surgical removal, and finished up with more vocal rehab. Since then, Kristie has dedicated her studies and career to helping others in similar situations. Knowing what it’s like to be on the other end of the table allows Kristie to give you the best possible outcome.
- Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology from Texas Christian University 2012
- Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and minor in Music & Vocal Performance from Texas Christian University 2010
Leslie is a certified Speech Language Pathologist with the American Speech Language and Hearing Association and the Texas Speech Language and Hearing Association. She is also a singing voice teacher and accent modification coach. She has been working with professional voices for over 15 years. Leslie is a member of ASHA’s Special Interest Group 3 (Voice and Voice Disorders).
- Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology from Texas Woman’s University
- Bachelor’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology from University of Texas at Dallas
Yamilex (pronounced Yah mee Lecks) has been with a tempo since 2018 and she is the brains behind our processes. Her efficiency is unrivaled and she manages referrals, faxes, and scheduling with care and grace. When she’s not hiking, camping or playing tennis, she is reaching personal goals. “I love working at a tempo Voice Center because it’s centered around genuine patient care. I love providing our patients with the best care I can offer.”
Alejandra (goes by Alex) has been a vital part of a tempo Voice Center since 2020. She makes beautiful marketing and social media materials as well as coordinates our patients and referrals. When she’s not taking great care of our patient’s needs, she’s currently attending college. “I enjoy working at a tempo Voice Center because I am able to balance work and life and it is a collaborative environment which I feel part of. In my free time, I enjoy kayaking, swimming, reading, and watching sci-fi.”