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About Casey

Casey Erin Clark

is a professional actress who, after 18 months on tour with Les Miserables, read the book Half the Sky and got very fired up about issues facing women in the world today.  The answer to “what can I do?” came out of her knowledge of and passion for the human voice.  Having spent the previous 10 years teaching vocal production, public speaking, accent modification, and singing to clients of all ages, she and partner Julie Fogh co-founded Vital Voice Training, a voice and speech coaching company out to change the conversation about what women are “SUPPOSED” to sound like and help clients speak, sell, pitch, and present their ideas with authentic confidence and a deep connection to their core values.   Casey sang her first solo in church at 4 and was branded “bossy” back in kindergarten—she can recommend the best breakfast in most major cities in the US—and is happy to demonstrate the Lafayette speed rap from Hamilton.  Find out more at www.caseyerinclark.com.

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“Casey absolutely saved my voice! She helped me diagnose some bad vocal habits, gave me renewed confidence in my speaking ability, and taught me how to use breath and pitch to make my voice sound (and feel) its best. I’d recommend her to anyone looking for speech and vocal coaching.”

—Christy Harrison, nutritionist and host of “Food Psych” podcast

“Casey was very quick to really understand what my objectives where and had a range of techniques to ensure that I really made the most out of my voice coaching.  I think the most beneficial part was being pushed out of my comfort area to really improve my storytelling / presentation voice.  Casey is very enthusiastic and obviously knows her stuff, it was good to be taught by a real expert!  I would certainly recommend her if I knew anyone who needed similar work.”

-Oliver Parkes, Marketing Director, CH Marketing, Singapore

“I have been trying to overcome fear of public speaking and wanted to learn from someone with professional experience using their voice and being in front of audiences. Casey has been all that and more. She is professional, yet fun, intelligent and impressive. She has shown me specific body and muscle techniques to manage voice nuances and levels of sound, as well as body positioning and relaxation techniques. Through the exercises that we have done together, I have observed being able to control the sounds and vibrations of my voice and actually like what I hear. I am very excited for every lesson we do together and feel liberated and happy after.”

-Tina Boyadjieva, Burberry

About Julie

Julie Fogh is from Seattle but has migrated to New York via San Francisco, Denmark and Dekalb, Illinois where she earned an MFA in acting from Northern Illinois University Julie is a certified Associate Teacher in Fitzmaurice Voice Work and has been an adjunct professor with Manhattanville College teaching Voice and Speech and Acting.  She founded Vital Voice Training with Casey Erin Clark in 2014 to bring voice work to a larger audience. Their mission is to to create a new paradigm for effective communication and start to change how we talk to each other, how we really listen, and how we collaborate to help everyone understand the power of their voice.  She has worked with clients across many industries from Finance to Pharmaceuticals, and specializes in working with introverts.  When she is not voice coaching, she loves reading YA novels, chef memoirs, and hanging with her very vocal rescue cat, Mortimer.   www.juliefogh.com

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“Julie Fogh is an angel and a natural-born coach. I’m a writer, and I know there’s nothing worse than watching an uncomfortable writer speeding through a bad reading. In just a few sessions, Julie gave me simple adjustments that really made a big difference! I have the confidence to go on my book tour now. I would definitely recommend her to anyone who has a public speaking engagement of any variety coming up.”

-Suzanne Rindell, Author of The Other Typist

“Your ARTISTRY elevated: what working with Ms. Fogh will produce in you!”

-Nicole Brewer, Adjunct Professor, Howard University Department of Theater & Dance

“One of Julie’s strongest skills as a coach is that she gives the permission we actors don’t often give ourselves. Unproductive tension is our worst enemy in training (and work) and she both provides the outside permission to identify and release that tension, and subsequently teaches how to give that permission to ourselves.”

– Aleisha Force, Actor (Chase, Dallas Theatre Center)

“Julie is brilliant – she has a graceful way of leading you to your own answer.”

-Laurie Schroeder, Medical Educator – Standardized Patient Specialist