Rebecca Baker is a professor, actor, and licensed speech-language pathologist. Before returning to the theatre faculty in 2000, she managed a hospital-based professional voice clinic. As a professor and director of campus productions, she focuses on vocal arts for performance. She is active in community and church theatre, as a speaker in women’s ministry, and has performed in film and video. She recently wrote When You Don’t See His Hand: the Nadine Hennesey Story, featuring a Cedarville alumni serving as an innovative educator in Kosovo.
Education and Credentials
- M.A., University of Cincinnati
- M.A., Bob Jones University
- B.A., Bob Jones University
- License to practice Speech-Language Pathology
- Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA) member
- Family: her husband, Wes, and their four children — Vanessa, Nathan, Katie, and Elizabeth.
- Culinary arts
- Integration of Faith and Art in Theatre
- Speech Therapy
- Vocal Coaching for Professionals