Tatum DeVoe

Speech Language Therapist
Brief info

Hello! My name is Tatum DeVoe. I was born and raised in Carmel, Indiana. I grew up participating in choir where we were heavily tested on vocal anatomy and taught how to alter our voice to project sound. This was the beginning of my interest in voice production, which sparked my curiosity in the field of speech pathology. I love learning about the human body, especially the part that brings the most joy to my life - the human voice.

This passion led me to Indiana University, where I earned my Bachelors in Speech-Language and Hearing Sciences. After graduating from Indiana University, I completed my Masters of Science in Communication Disorders at Baylor University.

During my time at Baylor, I gained clinical experience working with a variety of clients including those who have difficulties with feeding, speech and language, pragmatics, and literacy. I completed my externship at Indianapolis Public Schools where I provided therapy to students ages 3-12 with individual education plans and speech intervention programs.

As a speech pathologist my goal is to provide my clients with the best quality goal-directed care and build confidence in their communication abilities.

When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time with my friends and family. I love warm weather, going on walks, playing pickleball, music, dance, and rooting for IU basketball.