Although I have not used either SparkFun's RedBoard Turbo or the MOVI voice shield, reading the specifications, which you can find on their respective web sites, it would appear that they have incompatible power requirements.
The SparkFun's RedBoard Turbo board web page says
The barrel jack connection on the RedBoard Turbo has a lower input voltage than most Arduino development boards. Make sure that you are using a power supply below 6V. Please be aware that the RedBoard Turbo is also a 3.3V device and not a 5V one like the original RedBoard.
Whilst the MOVI voice shield PDF manual (page 7) says
What you don’t see in Figure 1 is a power supply jack. MOVI is powered through the
Arduino board that needs to be powered using an external power supply. The external
power supply should provide between 7V and 16V and at least 500mA current. During tests
we usually used either 9V or 12V. Battery packs with this specification work as well.
So the one needs less than 6V whilst the other more than 7V. I don't know if you can break the power connection between the two boards and feed the MOVI from a separate supply (9V is very common in the Arduino world) or you may have to swap your SparkFun for an Arduino that runs on 5V and uses a 9V supply.
The gotcha is that Arduino boards, their clones and code compatible boards such as the ESP32 etc fall into 2 different groups, those that run on 3.3V and those that use 5V, and you must be very careful you don't over voltage the latter.
I haven't delved into the specifications further, but you will almost certainly find that the logic levels used by the two boards are also incompatible. One will be using 0 & 5V whilst the other 0 & 3.3V. Connecting a 5V logic output to a 3.3V logic input is not conducive to long life and happiness for the latter.