Rachel is an Admissions Ambassador at WSU responsible for visiting high schools, giving campus tours, running new student orientations and being the representative for the College of Engineering, Applied Science and Technology. Rachel’s commitment to bettering society motivated her to co-found Students Against Electronic Vaping (SAEV) in 2016. She took it upon herself to develop a webpage and social media platform. She met with legislative representatives, helped organize a state-wide activist campaign, spoke at city council and school meetings. This earned her the highest leadership award through Sterling Scholar, the Philo T. Farnsworth Governor’s In Excellence Award.
Rachel loves traveling, clothes and family. She broadened her horizons this summer by engaging in a 35-day study abroad to 10 European countries and 19 cities learning about history, culture, and people. This reinforced her love of diversity that she will continue to explore as a Software Engineer.