Rachel is originally from Hollywood, Florida and graduated with her degree in Political Economy . She was awarded highest distinction for her thesis entitled, "A Comparative Macroeconomic Analysis: Examining Healthcare Outcomes Relative to Government Expenditure Among OECD Nations." She previously interned for members in the US House of Representatives in the House Foreign Affairs Committee and Financial Services Committee. She continued on to Duke Law where she serves as VP of Finance for the Women's Law Student Association and as the 2L Admissions Representative for the Duke Bar Association. She is a staff editor on the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy and Duke Law & Technology Review. Rachel enjoys playing tennis and swimming in her free time and looks forward to moving to New York and practicing as a corporate attorney.