Rachael Wonderlin has been doing Improv since 2007. She started on her college team, “The Undeniably Adjacent,” and fell in love with the art form. Rachael loves long-form Improv and has been on a number of teams in Pittsburgh, most notably, “Classy & Relevant.” Rachael has a Bachelor’s in Psychology from the University of Mary Washington and a Master’s in Gerontology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She owns a dementia care consulting company, Dementia By Day, and works with senior living organizations. She is a 3x-published author. When Rachael isn’t doing Improv, she is working out at the gym, with her personal trainer, or training in self-defense at Pittsburgh Combat Club.
Miguelina Javier is a Dominican transplant to the burgh who grew up in the Bronx. She loves food, music, travel & photos. Currently Miguelina is a Sr. Analyst for International Business at American Eagle Outfitters. When she first moved to the burgh, the sense of community Miguelina saw and experienced was very moving. She quickly got involved in the community as a board member of various local non-profit organizations. In her free time, she enjoys the Salsa/Bachata scene in Pittsburgh. Miguelina also loves trying new cuisines and traveling. When she is not at work or volunteering, you’ll most likely find her in Squirrel Hill at one of her favorite Taiwanese restaurants.
Ana Kay Yaghoubian, MPA (she/her) has worked in the nonprofit sector for over 15 years and has experience in staff, budget and program management. Ana Kay currently serves as the Director of Building for Success in School and Life for the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania. In this position she manages grants and funding to educational programs focused on Pre-K education, Out of School Time activities and college and career preparation, and brings together the community, foundation, government and nonprofit organizations around these focus areas. Previously Ana Kay served as the Director of Education Programs at Adagio Health supervising the Community Education team, providing oversight and execution of the department’s mission and vision. In this position, she worked to provide education to youth and adults on sexual health, healthy relationships, dating violence prevention, and LGBTQ sensitivity and health disparities. Ana Kay is passionate about education and the arts, having gained a love of performing Improv from a young age while participating in theater in middle school and continuing through college. Ana Kay has an undergraduate degree in Sociology from George Mason University and a Masters of Public Administration with a focus in Nonprofit Management from American University. Ana Kay has served on the SCIT Board since July of 2021, contributing her experience and knowledge as the organization transitioned to a nonprofit entity and looks forward to helping grow programs and classes and creating a welcoming and inclusive community in Pittsburgh for all those who love Improv.