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About Our Team

Tallulah Breslin, M.S. CCC-SLP (she/they)

Tallulah's expertise:

  • Gender affirming voice care (speaking voice, workshops)

  • Voice, upper airway, and swallowing therapy

  • Voice feminization surgery-adjacent pre- and post-surgery voice training

  • Behavioral cough suppression therapy

Unsure what your goal voice is? Tallulah's targeted evaluation determines what your goal voice is, what voice recipe you're currently speaking in, and the differences between them. This allows you to narrow in quickly on what aspects of your voice to work on. Hearing the exact voice recipe you want is often the first step towards believing it's possible to find your own unique perfect sound. 

It's vital that all voice practitioners know how to effectively, efficiently, accessibly, and inclusively teach gender affirming voice modification. Tallulah teaches gender affirming voice workshops for voice professionals seeking to expand their expertise. 

Tallulah earned their bachelor's degree at Texas State University in Communication Disorders in 2008, and her master's degree from Purdue University in Speech, Language, and Hearing Science in 2010. Tallulah founded Harmonic Speech Therapy in 2020.

Kansas, Michigan, and Texas

Zoe Weinstein, M.S. CCC-SLP (they/them)

Zoe has expertise in the following:

  • Gender affirming voice care (speaking voice)

    • English (native)

    • Mandarin Chinese (intermediate)

    • Spanish (intermediate)​

  • Self-directed therapy for neurodivergent adults (communication development, executive functioning skills, etc.)

  • Accent modification

  • Articulation therapy

  • Early childhood development

As a queer, agender clinician, there is no better work for Zoe than helping people find their authentic voices. They use the knowledge gained through finding their own voice to better guide you to yours. We all live real lives so please know their care is always trauma-informed and neurodivergent affirming. 

Zoe earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Rochester in Linguistics and Chinese Studies in 2014, and a master's degree from George Washington University in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences in 2018.  

New York, and Texas


Megan McFarland, MS, CCC/SLP (she/her)

Megan's expertise:

  • Gender-affirming voice care (speaking and singing voice)

  • AAC (augmentative and alternative communication)

  • Speech, language, and functional communication therapy for pediatric clients with congenital, developmental, and acquired disorders


Megan uses her strong musical acuity and background as a certified yoga teacher to help you find your power and establish a sense of embodiment through your voice. As part of the LGBT community herself, Megan is driven to learn more and deepen her understanding to help clients find authentic voices they feel great speaking and singing in. Megan is neurodiversity-affirming and prioritizes authentic communication, connection, autonomy, and self-advocacy.

Megan earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Redlands in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2017, and a master's degree from California State University in Speech-Language Pathology in 2019.  

California, and Texas

Krithika Ganesan, MS, CCC/SLP (she/her)

Krithika has expertise in the following:

  • Gender affirming voice care (singing and speaking voice) 

  • Singing voice rehabilitation

  • Indian Classical Singing

  • Accent modification

Krithika is passionate about helping people explore their singing voice to express their gender identity and culture.  Her multicultural background allows her to work with speakers of different dialects and accents to achieve their goals without judgement, since she does not herself approach speech through a mono-lingual lens of the "one correct voice." 

Krithika earned an undergraduate degree from Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology in 2017, and a master's degree from All India Institute of Speech and Hearing in Speech-Language Pathology in 2019.

Krithika is multilingual and can help you transition your singing and speaking voice in English (native), Tamil (native), Hindi (fluent), and Kannada (working knowledge). 

California, and Texas

Kari Meissner, M.S. CCC-SLP (she/her)

Kari has expertise in the following:

  • Gender affirming voice care (speaking voice) 

  • Fluency 

  • Articulation


Kari helps you develop your voice, safely. Together you'll work towards becoming an expert on your own voice, so that you can communicate comfortably and confidently everyday without the costs and risks of surgery. Kari's always happy to work with people of any age to demystify voice and communication. Kari provides her clients with specialized, individualized, and safe Gender Affirming Voice Training. Her experiences in support of LGBTQIA+ adolescents, support of parents of trans and gender diverse youth, and support of close friends and family who have transitioned fuel her passion to support people in their quest to unlock their ideal voice. 

Kari earned an undergraduate degree in psychology and art studio from the University of California at Davis in 2003, and a master's degree at San Diego State University in Speech-Language Pathology in 2008. 

California, and Texas

Fiona Barnhill (she/her)

Fiona has expertise in the following:

  • Gender affirming voice coaching (speaking voice, workshops for voice professionals)

  • Inclusivity education

  • Billing and Insurance support

Fiona began her journey in voice modification in 2020, when she decided to focus on her voice early in her transition. She knows first hand how painful it is when your voice doesn't match you. Modifying her voice early on helped her find a voice she loved, and also made it easier to navigate difficult situations. 

Fiona helps others on their voice journey through affordable gender affirming voice coaching. While she is not able to accept insurance or treat disorders, she can be your guide no matter where you are. 


Fiona is also our insurance expert, and answers your calls. She's always happy to help you problem solve difficult insurance issues. 


Our Behind the Scenes Team

Ari Roberts (he/they)

Ari has expertise in the following:

  • Research

Ari is part of our behind the scenes team, helping us turn raw data into analyzed, interpreted data sets that we use to make our care better. He can't help you with your voice, but he's happy to help you learn if you're taking our workshops for voice professionals. 

Ari tried transitioning his voice with testosterone alone, but found that while his voice changed some, he wasn't happy with his voice quality. Once Ari graduated from Harmonic Speech happy with his voice, he wanted to help us our our mission to provide the best voice care we can. Ari has a background in research, and joined our research project to help us share our unique, well-tested, effective and efficient gender affirming voice techniques to the wider voice community. He also supports voice professionals in our Gender Affirming Voice Workshops by providing the service of being their practice student. 


Madelynne Organa (she/her)

Madelynne has expertise in the following:

  • Practice student

  • Office support

Before training her voice, Madelynne experienced daily frustration from being misgendered. Now that she is always gendered correctly, she feels validated at work, is more confident, generally feels more comfortable using her voice, and experiences gender euphoria. Madelynne was really happy with her voice training with Harmonic, so she's always happy to lend a hand here.


Madelynne supports voice professionals in our Gender Affirming Voice Workshops by providing the service of being their practice student. She also helps us with payroll, which is vital as the team would be very grumpy if they didn't get paid. You might never meet Madelynne if you aren't a voice professional learning in our workshops, but you're missing out because Madelynne is awesome!

Terri Hudson (she/her)

Terri has expertise in the following:

  • Voice acting

  • Advocacy

  • Email communication

As one of Tallulah's oldest friends (in friendship duration, not age) and a passionate activist for the queer and disabled communities, Terri was delighted to hear about our opening for a behind the scenes part time communication organizer extraordinaire. If you're ever wondering why you hear back promptly and get timely reminders, she's why.


Terri is also a valued contributor to our team learning sessions, as she brings her own experiences with voice acting, voice therapy, and navigating the American medical care system as a disabled person to help us be better together. You'll likely never realize Terri is here, but we are all so grateful for her help and support! 

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