Rachel Slipp holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in human rights and political science from St. Thomas University. She has experience working in the tourism industry and public education, as well as past roles conducting research. Rachel is passionate about human rights, and has been involved as an advocate with Plan International Canada in recent years. Originally from Woodstock, NB, after living in Québec for a year, she is happy to be home in New Brunswick. Rachel Slipp looks forward to working with all those involved in the settlement sector to help New Brunswick grow and thrive. Rachel speaks English and French.