Faculty & Staff

Kayla Kim Votapek
Associate Director for Rutgers Summer Acting Conservatory; Theater Instructor
Community Arts

Are you owning your story? Is your identity shaping your artistry? Who we are impacts the stories we tell and how we tell them. Be ready to own your authentic truth to fully be able to understand your creative DNA.

Degrees & Accomplishments
BA in Theater Arts, Psychology, and Education as a Social Science, Rutgers University
MA in Creative Producing, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

Kayla Kim Votapek (She/Her) is an Anti-Racist Facilitator and Creative Producer who specializes in Anti-Racism work through the lens of Intersectionality. She is currently using the power of storytelling to educate individuals on race, mental health, intersectionality, multiracial identities, and mixed families.

As a Producer, Anti-Racist Facilitator, and Arts Administrator, she has had the pleasure of working with numerous award-winning organizations and companies such as The Broadway League, The American Theatre Wing, Theatre Communication Group, Crossroads Theatre Company, Equity Quotient, CAATA, Conscientious Theatre Training, KCACTF, The League of Historic American Theatres, Local USA 829, ART/NY, and More.

Kayla inspires to make a difference in the world by creating art and facilitating workshops that uplift marginalized voices, tell intersectional stories, and assist others on their personal journey in life. Kayla is excited to be doing RSAC for her 8th year.