720-817-3366 | Rachel@alittlehelp.org
Rachel has fourteen years of nonprofit experience working with family caregivers, healthcare professionals, and community stakeholders. Rachel was previously the senior director of programs for the Alzheimer's Association, Western New York Chapter, and led the strategic direction of the program department including the delivery of care consultations, support groups, education and training, respite, early-stage programs, safety services, public policy/advocacy, and outreach efforts. Her passion for strong community engagement and empowering communities to age in place led her to join A Little Help. Rachel holds a bachelor's degree in public relations from Penn State University and a master's degree in social work from the University at Buffalo, where she was a Hartford Partnership Program for Aging Education scholar.
Rachel has a spectacular omnipresence, is ready to talk through any problem, and helps to support virtually everything we do.