Rachel is passionate about supporting others in identifying and discovering their “next step.” By supporting individuals in their efforts to recognize and tackle personal roadblocks, Rachel empowers her clients to live a life that is most meaningful to them. Getting “unstuck” is one of the greatest feelings in this life, and a good coach can inspire that freedom to move forward.
Rachel has over 10 years of experience working with diverse communities in the non-profit sector in addition to 15 years of experience working one on one with families with small children. She has spent the past 7 years focusing on non-profit management, fundraising, and leadership development. She is passionate about pro-active communication and goal setting. When Rachel supervises members of her own staff she empowers them to produce the best results by inspiring them to take risks both professionally and personally.
Rachel has a BA from Clark University in Psychology and Communications & Culture. She received her MA from Simmons College in Cultural Studies. She holds a certificate of achievement for the successful completion of Positive Psychology, a course through UNC Chapel Hill. Rachel became a certified coach through New Vibe Training Center, an accredited partner of the International Coaching Federation.
Happiness is too vague a goal…we are seeking direction because we are seeking purpose.