Christopher Wright has a Master’s in Education and eight years of experience in improv, including having instructed over a hundred students in his career as a teacher and coach. He has also worked in the assisted living and nursing home industries for the past fourteen years in many different capacities, including as an aide, a recreation director, and now works as a digital marketer for nursing homes and personal care homes. He has always loved working with residents who have dementia.
Rachael Wonderlin has a Master’s in Gerontology and works as a Dementia Care Consultant & Community Designer. Her book, “When Someone You Know Is Living in a Dementia Care Community,” was published in November 2016 by Johns Hopkins University Press. She has eight years of experience doing improv comedy, including being a member of local Pittsburgh long-form improv and sketch teams. Rachael’s blog, Dementia By Day, is a resource for caregivers and those looking to learn more about dementia care.