Rachel explores the bridge between voice and movement pedagogy at UofL Theatre Arts where she teaches voice, speech, Alexander Technique, IPA, dialects, and text work. She also acts as dialect and voice coach on University productions. She earned her MFA in Theatre Pedagogy: Voice and Speech from the Virginia Commonwealth University, and has a teacher certification in the Alexander Technique from The American Society of the Alexander Technique (AmSAT). Rachel continues to coach individuals in dialects, character voices, and communication, and has had the opportunity to dialect coach multiple shows with Theatre  and Pandora Productions here in Louisville. Prior to joining the faculty at UofL, Rachel was in Chicago where she had the opportunity to work with a variety of schools and theaters, including Roosevelt University, School for Theatre Creators, ChiArts, and Chicago Shakespeare Theater. She is a current member of both VASTA and AmSAT.