Christina A Dastolfo M.S. CCC-SLP is a Speech-Language Pathologist, specializing in voice disorders at the University of Pittsburgh Voice Center. She received her master’s degree in Communication Science and Disorders from the University of Pittsburgh and her bachelor’s degree in Music from Allegheny College. Her vocal training background is primarily classical; however, she enjoyed the opportunity to be a regular soloist with the Allegheny College Jazz Band. She actively participates in the evaluation and treatment of singing and speaking voice disorders, research in the singing and speaking voice, and sings as an avocation. Her clinical specialties are rehabilitation of the singing voice, and tele-voice therapy. She is currently conducting voice therapy for the Bedford, PA area through the UPMC telemedicine program. She became interested in the treatment of voice disorders from her experience as a collegiate singer, and learning about voice science from excellent vocal professors.