BSc., MSc., MHSc. (SLP) Reg. CASLPO
Founder/Speech-Language Pathologist/Voice Instructor
Jordan Scholl is a speech-language pathologist and professional singer living in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Jordan graduated from the University of Toronto and has spent most of his career as a speech therapist providing services to the adult population in rehabilitation hospitals, private practice, and research settings throughout Toronto. Jordan believes in "rehabilitation for function not frivolity," and has always respected the adult populations he works with by collaborating with them to establish functional goals in therapy.
Prior to his training to become a speech therapist, Jordan received undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Guelph, where he focused much of his attention on the anatomy and physiology of breathing, speech, and the voice. During his graduate studies, Jordan was a frequent lecturer for the Human Anatomy programs at both University of Guelph and Guelph-Humber, as well as masterclass clinician at McMaster University. His passion for the voice and communication was recognized by an invitation to give a TEDx Talk at the University of Guelph in 2012. You can find a current and comprehensive curriculum vitae for Jordan Scholl here.
When he is not working as a speech therapist, Jordan is working as a singer and singing in a variety of venues around North America including Carnegie Hall, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Palais Montcalm, and Toronto's very own Roy Thompson Hall and Koerner Hall. Jordan's career as a singer has earned him both Grammy and Juno nominations.