ASSOCIATE EDITOR, SOUTHERN UNITED STATES
Bio: Jacqueline Springfield is an actor, director, and instructor of acting, voice, speech, and dialects. She has been based in New York City for the last nine years and recently relocated to the Atlanta area to serve as assistant professor in the Department of Theatre & Performance Studies at Kennesaw State University.
Her teaching credits include: the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (NY), the Black Arts Institute at Stella Adler, New York Film Academy, Brooklyn College, Point Park University Conservatory of Performing Arts, Montclair State University, University at Albany, Wildwind Performance Lab at Texas Tech, the Kennedy Center, and the American College Theatre Festival.
Her professional dialect-coaching credits include: True Colors Theatre, the Kennedy Center, Ensemble Studio Theatre, American Players Theatre and Pittsburgh Playhouse.
She holds a master of fine arts degree in acting from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and is a certified associate instructor of Fitzmaurice Voicework. Jacqueline is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA, and she continues to work as a performer in film, television, theatre, and voiceover.