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As a female engineer, it is Rachel’s goal promote an environment
in which women of all ages can excel.  

Currently Rachel is the Chief Technologist for the Good Housekeeping Institute and Director of the Institute's Engineering Department.  Rachel has had the opportunity to evaluate thousands of products during her Good Housekeeping tenure, including toys for the magazine's annual Toy Awards, dozens of cars in conjunction with Car and Driver, and countless innovative, breakthrough products of all kinds. 

She has appeared as a brand ambassador on the Today Show, Good Morning America, Fox Business, MSNBC, and Anderson Live, among other live appearances. Recent public speaking engagements for Rachel include panels at CES on health tech trends and the Women in Innovation (WIN) Forum on Women in STEM, as well as presentations at the World Science Festival, Women in STEM Summit, and the FemTech Innovation Summit. Rachel has recently been profiled by FemTech leaders, the Pennsylvania Gazette, math4science, and the daily edventures, Microsoft's Anthony Salicito's look at global heroes in education. 

Rachel holds a BSE in Mechanical Engineering, Applied Mechanics, and Mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania, and previously had roles in Public Relations for Sony Pictures Entertainment and its affiliate agency Allied Advertising.  She and her husband live in New York and are the proud new parents of their daughter, Rose Ella.