Strategic insights. Original programs. Creative content. Audience connection. For over a decade, Rachel has provided the girl-serving community with the cutting edge knowledge it needs to succeed. As the face of multiple national campaigns, Rachel is a passionate spokeswoman for social change initiatives. Rachel has developed original programs for the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy in South Africa and Smith College, among many other educational institutions. Recent collaborations include: Lean In’s Ban Bossy campaign, Keds Brave Life Project, and Secret Mean Stinks.

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Latest Blog Posts

Why More Teen Girls Are Getting Genital Plastic Surgery

May 19th, 2016

Porn is the likely culprit in the alarming increase in surgeries. When Maya Bernstein, 18, first became sexually active in high school, she was nervous. How would she know what to do? “But my friends were like, ‘Oh just watch porn and you’ll learn how to do everything,” the New York City high school senior […]


Rachel speaks at White House Conference on Gender Stereotypes In Media & Toys

May 23rd, 2016

We know that children’s interests, ambitions and skills can be shaped early on by the media they consume and the toys they play with – and this doesn’t just affect their development, it affects the strength of our economy for decades to come. Rachel was invited to speak at a White House conference on April […]