Andrea Haring is the Executive Director of The Linklater Center for Voice and Language, and the Coordinator for Linklater Voice Teacher Training. She is currently on faculty at Columbia Graduate Theater School, and Fordham University and has previously taught at Yale School of Drama, Circle in the Square Theater School, The New Actor’s Workshop, and NYU Tisch Undergraduate Drama. Andrea has taught at various theater schools and companies in London, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Germany and Iceland. She coaches extensively On and Off Broadway, including: Disgraced, Private Lives (Kim Cattrall), The Motherf***er With the Hat (Tony Nominee 2011), A Behanding in Spokane (Sam Rockwell), John Gabriel Borkman (BAM, Alan Rickman), Creditors (BAM dir. Alan Rickman), Reasons To Be Pretty (Tony Nominee 2009), Reasons to Be Happy (Lucille Lortel), Belleville (NYTF, Maria Dizzia), Bridge and Tunnel (Sarah Jones, Tony Winner, 2006). As vocal coach and a member of The LAByrinth Theater Company Andrea has worked on The Little Flower of East Orange, Jack Goes Boating, School of the Americas, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Our Lady of 121st Street, and Jesus Hopped the A Train. Corporate workshops and public speaking coaching includes The World Economic Forum – Global Fellows, and Columbia Business School Senior Executive Program and Non-Profit Leaders’ Program.