Rachel coordinates all company operations, events and drives company culture activities at Consensus. Her background as a playwright and screenwriter infuses creative energy and insight into the company’s culture, environment and esthetic. Rachel tackles operations challenges with a combination of short-term fixes to analyzing long-term solutions aimed at improving systems and processes that produce efficiencies for the firm as well as for clients.
If you ask her, she attributes her knack for creative problem solving partly to her love of classic comedic works, particularly those composed by William Shakespeare. Having presented a 12-month thesis on “Shakespearean Representation in American Popular Culture: Adapting Taming of the Shrew for a Modern Audience,” Rachel’s ongoing passion and pursuit of storytelling has led her to write, direct and act in numerous original plays, including The Dangers of Eating Dessert Before Dinner and Undateable, which earned her rave reviews. Her passions for playwrighting and directing have gained her immense insight into genuine human experience and communication which she applies daily in her work to uphold an upbeat and reassuring system of operations and office culture.
Rachel earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in English, graduating Cum Laude from Suffolk University’s Honors Program in Literature in Boston, Massachusetts.