Shelagh Davies is internationally recognized for her work with the voice and its disorders.
Shelagh Davies is a Registered Speech-Language Pathologist and Clinical Assistant Professor at UBC. For over 35 years she has specialized in the field of vocal rehabilitation and training.
She has helped thousands of clients, from teachers to Taiko drummers, but is probably best known for her work with performers and those in the gender diverse community. In 2016 she was awarded the Honours of the Association by Speech and Hearing BC for her contributions to the field. In 2019 she received an award from the Alumni Association of the University of British Columbia, recognizing her contribution to UBC, its alumni community and the field of speech-language pathology.
Shelagh has now retired and is happy to be succeeded by the excellent upcoming generation of speech-language pathologists.