Rachel Slipp: Bécancour-Nicolet-Saurel

Rachel Slipp: Bécancour-Nicolet-Saurel

Rachel Slipp is originally from Woodstock, New Brunswick. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in human rights and political science from St. Thomas University. She is currently living in and exploring Québec while helping teach English at a secondary school as part of the Official Languages Programs. She also serves as an advisor for her school’s Model United Nations delegations. Rachel is a youth ambassador for Plan International Canada’s Change the Birth Story campaign, which focuses on maternal, newborn and child health. She has worked as an intern for the New Brunswick Department of Justice, researching administrative segregation policies and practices in corrections from a human rights perspective. Her interests include education policy, gender equality, human rights issues, and political participation.