Rachel received her undergraduate degree in Communicative Disorders in 2015, subsequently receiving her Master's Degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences in 2018. Born and raised in Orange County, CA by her mother who is also a speech and language pathologist, Rachel knew from an early age that this was the career she wanted to dedicate her life to. She has experience in both the public school and private practice settings, working with children from infancy through high school with a wide range of communicative abilities. She also has previous experience as an ABA therapist focusing on improving behavioral outcomes in children with Autism. She has a shared passion for working with a child's communication and behavior in tandem. She is also PROMPT certified. Rachel continues to further augment her knowledge-base by attending state and national conferences annually. When not working, Rachel enjoys snowboarding, playing piano, singing, and hiking.