Corinne Barringer


Barringer Consultants LLC

Corinne Barringer is a speech and voice coach and communications consultant, with a client list that includes VIP corporate clients, public personalities, and individuals whose careers depend on effective, compelling, and convincing communication.

She is a seminar speaker, radio show guest, published author and columnist, voice-over actor and frequent guest lecturer on aviation communications at Eastern Michigan University.

Corinne Barringer holds a Master’s Degree in speech-language pathology from Wayne State University and is certified by The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). She has a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Oakland University as well as a background in theatre and performing arts.


Corinne J. Barringer M.A., CCC-SLP

  • Michigan Aviation School Notes: Language, Accents, and Aviation Communication (1998).

  • Michigan Aviation: Language and Safety Issues in Aviation Communication (2000).

  • Innermarker, Newsletter of the Aviation Law Section, State Bar of Michigan: Considering Non-Native Speakers and the Use of Accented English in Aviation Communication and Discourse- An Interdisciplinary Review of the Literature (2001).

  • Safety Line (Federal Aviation Administration Safety Counselor Publication): Aviation Communications – The Phonetic Alphabet (2002).

  • Safety Line (Federal Aviation Administration Safety Counselor Publication): Up in Smoke (2002).

  • Ten Telephone Tips – Suburban Lifestyles (2004)

  • Tips for Writers Reading Aloud in Public, interview by David Barringer, AIGA online (2009).

  • SmartTalk, Women’s LifeStyle, Inc., Monthly column on communication issues. (2012)