Meet The Team

Melissa Grassia Chisholm

CEO | Lead Voice/Swallow/Airway Specialist

Melissa Grassia-Chisholm, MS, CCC-SLP is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist specializing in voice and swallowing disorders. 

She is also an Executive Speaking Educator, Endoscopy Mentor and Chronic Cough Coach.

She studied vocal performance at Berklee College of music in Boston, MA and later received her bachelor’s degree at Adelphi University in Garden City, NY.

Music has always been her passion and sings locally today.

She continued to pursue the medical side of voice management and received her Master’s Degree at Nova Southeastern University in Ft Lauderdale, FL.

During her professional career she has practiced in multiple settings including hospitals, acute rehab, nursing homes, outpatient, and has taught multiple voice courses at multiple Universities.

She enjoys giving presentations on her area of expertise for established communities such as the Parkinson's Foundation, Michael J. Fox Foundation and singer's workshops for music schools.


Ana Molano

Speech-Language Pathologist

Ana Molano,  MS, CCC-SLP, Clinical Voice & Swallow Specialist, a bilingual Speech-Language Pathologist hailing from Bogota, Colombia, specializes in treating voice and swallowing disorders.

With extensive experience in both outpatient and inpatient environments, Ana possesses a diverse skill set in the rehabilitation of voice, swallow, and airway issues.

Her professional journey has seen her work across various hospital settings, including acute rehab, NICU, and outpatient facilities.

Committed to evidence-based practice, Ana employs comprehensive rehabilitation strategies to ensure optimal care for her patients.

Fluent in both English and Spanish, Ana is dedicated to enhancing the lives of those under her care through her clinical expertise and contributions to the field of speech-language pathology. 


Shelby Jackloski

Speech-Language Pathologist

Shelby Jackloski, MM, MS, CF-SLP is from Northeastern Pennsylvania specializing in Voice, Swallow, & Upper Airway Disorders and a Singing Voice Specialist.

Shelby completed her Master of Science in Communication Disorders from Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts, and her Master of Music degree in Voice Pedagogy and Performance from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey.

She also holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education from New York University and is an experienced music teacher at the Pre-K-12 and collegiate levels.

Her primary areas of interest and research include rehabilitation of the singing voice, care of the professional voice, neurological voice disorders, functional swallowing and voice disorders, upper airway disorders, and gender-affirming voice therapy.

Shelby believes in patient-centered care grounded in evidence-based practice, an intimate understanding of anatomy and physiology, and implicit/explicit motor learning principles.

Above all, she prioritizes helping patients to find and cultivate their unique voices to meet their daily communication needs.


Martina Lopez

Speech-Language Pathologist

Martina Lopez, SLP is an avid lover of all things voice, swallow, and upper airway.

After sustaining a vocal injury herself and undergoing a course of voice therapy— Martina dove right into the pursuit of a career as a voice specialist.

Throughout her studies, she has a newfound love and appreciation for endoscopy.

Martina believes that endoscopy is both the gold standard diagnostically and also provides real-time opportunities for patient education when utilized as biofeedback.

Martina is so grateful to be part of the Voice Rehab team and to share in this uplifting and educational community.


Elizabeth Munoz-Oliveros

Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant

Elizabeth Munoz-Oliveros is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist assistant focused on voice and swallow disorders.

She is also an expert in singing voice care. She is fluent in Spanish and English.

She received her Master of Music in Opera Performance from the Aaron Copland School of Music in New York City.

Inspired by her passion for helping others and interest in vocal pathology, she is concurrently finishing a graduate degree in Communication Science & Disorders at Florida State University, Tallahassee.

Ms. Munoz-Oliveros is set to be the next Voice Rehab Clinical Fellow in 2024-2025.