Rachel is a leader in Redstone’s education practice, in addition to supporting clients advancing economic equity and postsecondary to workforce connections. Her work leverages economic analysis, organizational design, and qualitative and quantitative insights to help clients realize impact. Rachel also has experience supporting the development and launch of collaborative funder initiatives.
Select Redstone projects
- Identifying opportunities to create a more sustainable ecosystem of Open Educational Resources through innovative financing and communities of practice
- Serving as a long-term strategic partner to a foundation focused on improving educational outcomes in K-12
- Developing a nonprofit strategy to foster more equitable, accessible, and locally connected community colleges across the country, including exploring new partnerships and programs to advance the organization’s mission and economic sustainability
- Evaluating postsecondary and workforce data systems and identifying new use cases to help a foundation increase the scale and impact of those data platforms
Rachel joined Redstone after completing her Master’s in Public Policy at UC Berkeley where she explored private and public sector solutions to challenging policy questions across a range of topics.
As a graduate student, Rachel co-authored a paper in The Electricity Journal on the Clean Power Plan, and worked with a graduate student team to consult with a federal agency on resource management. Rachel completed her undergraduate degree at Williams College with departmental honors in political science.
Rachel lives in Colorado with her husband, son, and two dogs. She enjoys running, hiking, baking, and playing board games.