Adrienne B. Hancock

Adrienne B. Hancock, PhD, CCC-SLP (she/her) is an Associate Professor at The George Washington University and a speech-language pathologist. Her clinical perspective informs the broad scope of her research covering the production and perception of transgender people’s voices, psychosocial impacts of vocal situations, and effectiveness of interventions. Dr. Hancock was awarded funding by NIH and has authored over 35 peer-reviewed research articles and several international invited presentations with colleagues and students. She leads the voice and communication group for the 8th edition of the WPATH Standards of Care. As a contributor and advocate for evidence-based, person-centered care, The Washington Post called her “a pioneer in the field.”

Books by Adrienne B. Hancock