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Rachel is the founder and CEO of the multi-faceted management firm, Agent of Change. Using her event planning skills, Rachel started her company to make an impact by “connecting the people that want to change the world with the people who do.” Her clients include His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Marie Forleo, and Kris Carr, to name a few.
There’s no question that the work Rachel does is making an incredible difference in the world, but what impressed me most about her didn’t have to do with her professional success, it had to do with how her voice lit up when she spoke about her son.
Rachel and her son
Rachel has always known that she wanted to be a mother, and two years ago when she welcomed her son into the world she felt truly blessed. She admits that motherhood isn’t always easy, and raising a child as a single parent has it’s challenges. But what I learned about Rachel, is that she doesn’t focus on the negative, she zeros in on the positive and keeps herself open to possibilities.
It’s Rachel’s drive, enthusiasm, and passion that makes me so honored to share her thoughts with you below.
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