Give Voice

The Give Voice Mission:

The Give Voice Mission is to train people in their professional and private life to communicate with honesty, confidence, individuality and magnetism.

In 1994 Sandy Hirsch launched Give Voice to train people in their professional and private life to reach their highest communication potential. Since then she has trained a wide range of individuals and groups from the arts to business. Drawing from diverse professional and personal backgrounds, Sandy individualizes each training program to meet the specific needs of a business or individual. The Give Voice approach includes a thorough investigation into the inner workings of a business, or an individualís history before developing a program. Sandy has gained a reputation for cutting to the core of a communication challenge with precision, sensitivity and humor. She provides dynamic, effective communication tools. Where appropriate, audio taping or videotaping are used for evaluation and feedback.

Sandy has experience with a wide variety of business and arts professions including:

  • architecture
  • technology
  • medical
  • non-profit
  • financial
  • administrative
  • engineering
  • the performing arts
  • physical health
  • fisheries
  • music
  • real estate
  • legal
  • aerospace
  • educational
  • community leadership

Media & Journalism

We Don't Have an Accent in the Northwest - or do We?
KPLU's I Wonder Why?, December 1, 2011.

Sandy Hirsch Helping Others Find Their True Voice
Janet Pelz' blog How Does She Do It?, February 2, 2011.

Transgender Voice
NPR All Things Considered, March 5, 2006.

Voices of Diversity
KBCS radio, Bellevue, WA. August, 2004.

The Sex Change Capital of the World
The Learning Channel, November, 2003.

Speech Therapy Helps Transgender Women Develop A Sound
Seattle Post Intelligencer, 2001.

The New Figures of Speech
Puget Sound Business Journal, March, 1996

Without The Right Equipment Your Message Wonít Sing
Puget Sound Chapter, ASTD October 1995


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