Rachel Collins is Project Manager for the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation. She formerly held the role of Administrative Assistant with the Institute and with its predecessor, the Improvisation, Community, and Social Practice research project. Throughout her time with ICASP and IICSI, Rachel has been involved in a wide breadth of Institute activities, including conferences, events, book publications, the Journal (Critical Studies in Improvisation / Études critiques en improvisation), community partnerships, communications, and coordination of research activities. She is an active volunteer for Girl Guides of Canada, currently serving as a Pathfinder Guider in Guelph. She is a former member of Girl Guides of Canada – Ontario Council, the provincial board of directors, where she coordinated the activities of the Ontario & Nunavut Youth Forum. Rachel holds a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Governance and English from the University of Guelph.