eLuma is committed to impacting lives with the help each and every individual on its team. We want to make sure that you have the chance to get to know these people through our Meet the Team series. In this profile, we feature Tiffany Voigt, who is one of our Regional Therapy Managers and a fine speech-language pathologist who is making a difference ever single day.
When you meet Tiffany, you are immediately impressed by her sincerity, enthusiasm and strength, and these things show up in everything that she does. At the same time, she embraces the Company Values and is in special education to impact lives in all kinds of meaningful and positive ways. We are so grateful for people like Tiffany because she is making the world better. Thank you Tiffany!
I received my undergraduate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of North Dakota and my Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota. I have provided speech and language pathology services in a variety of setting including schools, private practice, acute and long-term care as well as telepractice. I enjoy spending time my husband and twin daughters, traveling, and anything outdoors.
On working at eLuma?
I love that I have the opportunity of impacting the lives children in a positive way with a personal approach. I enjoy being able to work with therapists and schools all over the country to meet the needs of their students.
If you weren’t a Speech-language Pathologist, what would you do?
I would own a food truck.
Favorite Free Time Activities
I love spending time with my husband and twin daughters. I also enjoy being outside, gardening, and traveling.
Most Unusual Job
I worked for an accounting firm counting unopened pull tabs for charitable gaming.
If given a chance, who would you like to be for a day? Why?
I would love to be a food and travel blogger. I love learning and experiencing other cultures. Even with language differences, we can learn so much about others through their foods and traditions.
Pasta! Nothing is betting that a big bowl of comforting carbohydrates!
Favorite Place Visited
Turkey. The people are so kind and generous. They invite you into their homes and even though they may not have much, they share all they have.