Rachel serves as the Activism Assistant at the Institute for Justice. In this role, she has the privilege of working with activists from across the country and all walks of life to secure their right to own and enjoy their private property, earn an honest living, and receive fair, constitutional treatment by government officials.
She received her B.A. in Ethics, Politics, and Economics from Yale University in 2020, and joined IJ’s activism team as a Maffucci Fellow that year. She advocated for campus speech issues throughout college, previously interned at the Hoover Institution, and did campaign work in San Francisco.
Rachel was born and raised Okeechobee (oh-key-choh-bee), a small town in rural South Florida.