Carol Gill (Voice/ Alexander Technique) graduated from the New College of Speech and Drama, London as a voice, speech, and drama teacher in 1973. She became a teacher of the Alexander Technique in 1984. The Alexander Technique serves as foundation and support to her voice work. She was formerly Head of the Voice Department at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, and has taught in various theater schools, including the New College of Speech and Drama in London, Dartington College of Arts in Devon, England, the Drama Studio of London in Berkeley, California, and the theater departments at Stanford University and Oberlin College. She maintains an active private practice in voice and the Alexander Technique.