It's time to take your speaking skills
to the next level.
Stop struggling with the way you sound
and start taking control of your message.
My name is Diandra, and I am on a mission to empower professionals & students with the tools they need to become confident & effective communicators at work, school, and in life.
After completing my Bachelor's and Master's Degrees at Northeastern University in Boston, MA, I went on to become a Nationally Accredited and Certified Speech-and-Language Pathologist. I spent the first few years of my time as a graduate student and new clinician servicing adults and children who struggled with communication as a result of brain injuries, delayed language development and/or speech-sound disorders, stuttering, voice disorders, and social skill disorders.
I loved my work and clients, but by 2017, it felt like something was missing. I knew there was an entire group of people I couldn't reach through schools or health care system.
That's when I decided to launch my own business and apply my unique skill-set and experience as a Speech Therapist as an Accent & Public Speaking Coach.
In the last 3 years, I've helped over 75 professionals and students from all over the world build confidence, find their voice, and reach their communication goals through 1:1 General American Accent Training and Public Speaking Coaching.
Having grown up in an immigrant household, I understand first-hand the struggles that non-natives experience as a result of speaking American English as a foreign language.
I have always been passionate about working with highly motivated and goal-driven immigrants and expats. My clients possess impressive levels of expertise and responsibilities in their jobs and lives, and are primarily University Students, Corporate & Medical Professionals, and Lifelong Learners & Enthusiasts who feel stuck or behind their peers, colleagues, and friends.
My services as a coach are committed to providing individuals with comprehensive, practical, and personalized support in order to ensure that their voices can finally be heard, and their insecurities left behind.