“As someone who has specialized in building strong communities over the past 15+ years, I recognize the importance of engaging the greater community to partner in developing and enhancing the educational opportunities locally. Fostering communication, operating in a transparent manner and respect for governance are all actions that I have observed by the EEF and it’s an organization I would feel privileged to be associated with.”
Rachel oversees a team of 19 direct reports in the community management industry. She has worked in all areas of community development from new construction development, programming of events and activities, fiscal management, governance/legal adherence, municipal/governmental liaison and strategic planning. Prior to coming to San Diego Rachel managed community associations for 9 years. She has served on the Board of Directors at the Highline Botanical Garden Foundation in Seattle, WA. Additionally she served as Committee Chair for the Community Assocation Institute.