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The Professional Woman's Voice II - Suburban Location

Saturday, March 3, 2012, 9:30 AM until 12:00 PM
Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce *** only 4 blocks from Metra West Line train ***
242 N. York St. # 102
Elmhurst, IL  60126

(630) 834-6060
Elene M Cafasso
Professional Development event
Registration is closed
Bagels and coffee will be served

What does your voice convey?  Competence?  Sarcasm?  Flirtatiousness?  Energy?


Our voices have become more powerful as face-to-face communication has decreased. Though we may know first impressions are formed quickly, many don’t realize how much can be done to improve the voice…and just how important it is to make these changes.


Ask yourself:

  • Is my voice pleasant or is it too high or low, too quiet or loud, too tense or flat, too nasal or monotone?
  • Do I cringe when I hear my voice on a voice mail message, a recording or microphone?
  • How is my voice helping or hindering me while talking to a prospect, the Board, my boss?


Harness the power of your voice! Increase your confidence, improve your professional presence, and become a more powerful speaker!


You do NOT have to attend Session I (2/28/12) to get value from Session II


In Session II :

Your progress will be multiplied with the use of video

  • REV-It-Up Some More!
  • Own the Top 5 Elements of Vocal Power and Make Them Work for You
  • On-the-Spot Demonstrations of Voice Makeovers – hear the before & after
  • Relaxation Techniques for High Pressure Situations

(Note: Due to time limitations, video recording will be limited to the first 7 registrants)


Choose one or both sessions to gain valuable techniques you can implement right away!

About the Presenter


Michelle Eppley is founder and director of The Sound Center.  She helps people unlock their vocal power, redesign foreign and regional accents, and speak clearly and fluently.  Accommodating individuals and groups since 1997, Michelle focuses on helping people establish confidence, polish, and image to achieve effective and intelligible communication capabilities. Clientele include executives from all professions, broadcasters, engineers, entrepreneurs, and teachers; corporate clients include Glad Manufacturing, Sears, Lexus, Ford, K-Five Construction, Lawson Products, law firms and many small businesses.

Before establishing The Sound Center, Michelle worked in a variety of locations providing instruction and enhancement for voice, speech and accent.  She has experience on-site at corporations, hospitals, a speech-language clinic, skilled nursing facilities and schools.  She has also served as an instructor in the DePaul University English Language Academy, teaching an intensive accent modification course.

Michelle earned a Bachelor of Music at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, studying under a performance scholarship in voice, and a Master of Arts in speech pathology from the University of Iowa.  She is nationally certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and licensed by the State of Illinois.  She holds a professional membership in the Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and co-founded the Voice Consortium of the Chicago Audiology-Speech-Language Association.

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