Nora Whittaker Jones CCC-SLP is a speech pathologist and musician whose performance experience includes opening for Bruce Springsteen, playing at the All-Good Music Festival and at WXPN’s Xpontential Music Festival. Her vocals have been featured on local hip-hop albums and a Coke Zero commercial with G-Love and Special Sauce. She also performed in and wrote for the Philadelphia-based hip hop/singer-songwriter hybrid group, “The Hustle”. Nora has performed her original songs at such esteemed venues as the World Café Live, The Tin Angel, The Bitter End (NYC), Club Passim (Cambridge, MA) and various venues in California. Alongside performing as a professional singer/keyboardist, Nora has taught singing lessons for over 13 years. She received a Masters from Temple University in Speech Language Pathology with the intent to gain more knowledge about the science of the singing voice. Since then, she has co-taught a course in Voice Disorders in Professional Voice Users at Temple University. She currently works at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital as an outpatient speech pathologist with the Voice and Swallowing Center while singing occasionally, maintaining a part time private practice, and enjoying being a wife and mother.