Rachel is an actor, artist, and teaching artist looking for every opportunity to grow as a person and a performer. She is passionate about using art as a tool for social change. Rachel currently attends the New School for Drama in the new BFA for Dramatics Arts Program.  Some of her favorite credits there include MACBETH (Macbeth), THE BALCONY (Chantal), and HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE (Teenage Chorus).  She was also seen in the NYC Workshop of Kerrigan and Lowdermilk’s “THE BAD YEARS.” Recent film credits include Harmony of Grey (69th Cannes Film Festival in the Short Film Corner).  She is a UNC School for the Arts HS program alumni.

Rachel is a current teaching artist with artsINSIDEOUT (Broadway Cares Equity Fights AIDS), as well as with GLOBAL ARTS (in Association with University of North Carolina School for the Arts).  She is a 2014 YoungArts Alumni in Spoken Theatre. 

Personal statement:

​"I believe in texts that empower the people with the radical idea that they are not alone. When we can share that through my work it makes it all worth it."