Tracie LeBlanc, M.S., CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVEd
Speech Language Pathologist
B.S. Speech and Hearing Science, University of Arizona
M.S. Communications Disorders, Arizona State University
Tracie is a Speech Language Pathologist who works in the Early Intervention and Early Education programs, providing both Parent-Child and individual speech and language therapy to the students at Desert Voices. She loves helping families and their children embark upon and continue their Listening and Spoken Language journeys. Tracie also truly values being an addition and complement to the excellent speech and language instruction the students at Desert Voices receive throughout their entire day.
Tracie completed her Clinical Fellowship Year at Desert Voices in 2001-2002. After a brief stint working in the public schools as a school SLP, she returned to Desert Voices in 2004 and has been working here ever since. Tracie has a Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from the University of Arizona, and a Master’s degree in Communication Disorders from Arizona State University. It was during her Master’s program that Tracie discovered her interest in and passion for working with children who are deaf and hard of hearing. She furthered her studies by earning her Listening and Spoken Language certification from the Alexander Graham Bell Association in 2008.
Tracie is a proud Phoenix native, born and raised right here in the Valley! When she is not working, she and her husband Dale are busy raising their two children, son Zachary and daughter Charlotte. The LeBlanc family are baseball fanatics- both of the kids play, Dale coaches, and they all enjoy going to Diamondbacks games! Tracie also loves going to the movies, baking (but not cooking!), and crafting.