Rachel currently has been working as a spiritual resiliency program designer with Dayenu for the last 3 years on Climate Adaptation workshops. She is currently pursuing a dual masters, getting an MBA at Johns Hopkins and a Masters in Design Thinking from Maryland Institute College of Art with the aim of working on systemic challenges to the climate crisis. Prior to school, she spent 10 years as a Jewish earth-based educator at Urban Adamah, Eden Village, Wilderness Torah, and Hazon. She is also the founder of Melacha U’Vracha, a Jewish ancestral skills gathering which premiered in 2023. She spends her spare time practicing scribal arts, playing nigunim on the banjo, and baking pies of seasonal fruits in abundance.