Angie Singh


Angie Singh, the President and CEO of Plural Publishing, Inc., has over three decades of management experience in communications disorders, audiology, special education, otolaryngology, voice, and singing professional and educational publications.

She is from Pune, India and relocated to La Jolla, California in 1987 where she met and eventually married her late husband, Sadanand S. Singh, PhD, a highly regarded scientist, educator, author, and publisher in speech language pathology (SLP) and related areas. In 1990, Dr. Singh established Singular Publishing Group, Inc. and Angie became its Production Manager. With Angie’s innate curiosity and drive and Dr. Singh’s mentoring, she became President of Singular. In eight short years, Singular held in print more than 350 titles and seven journals and attracted the attention of a major publisher, Thompson Delmar (now Cengage), who bought the company in 1998.

In 2001, Angie played a pivotal role in Dr. Singh’s launch of ContentScan, a pioneering web-based bibliographic indexing and research tool on the pure and applied sciences and as Director of Operations, contributed significantly to its success and lead to its acquisition by ProQuest in 2005.

In 2004, she and Dr. Singh co-founded Plural Publishing, Inc. which has become a leading publisher for practitioners and educators specializing in SLP, audiology, otolaryngology–head and neck surgery, voice and singing, and special education. Sadly, Dr. Singh passed in 2010, but he would certainly be proud of Plural’s many continued accomplishments under Angie’s leadership as it celebrates its 20th year in 2024.

Beyond her professional accomplishments, Angie's dedication to speech-language pathology programs and minority scholarships has been widely acknowledged. She has garnered respect within the speech-language pathology and audiology communities, dedicating six years to the Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing  Foundation. Angie and Dr. Singh had established numerous scholarships within the SLP profession, and this tradition continues today. She has also actively participated in the American  Academy of Audiology board and on San Diego State University's Advisory Board in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Recently, she was invited to serve on the Board of The Mental Health Paradox Foundation to share her expertise in healthcare-related industries and philanthropy.

Angie had two children with Dr. Singh, daughter Sapna and son Sanjay, and she is happily involved and cares deeply for the extended family of Dr. Singh’s siblings and prior children. She is now married to Rajendra Shirole, a business executive and educator in strategy, IT outsourcing international management.

Under Angie’s continued leadership, she, her authors, advisors, and employees will ensure that Plural Publishing will continue to play a significant role in the advancement of its chosen professions.