Rachel has a Business Management degree from Pepperdine University and is trained at managing organizations and leading teams. She loves science and technology and started her career as a researcher at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Her code in FORTRAN77 to analyze astrophysics data resulted in publication as co-author of, Coalescence and Star Formation in Collapsing Flattened Systems, in the Astrophysics Journal.
Born and raised in Northern California, Rachel believes in maintaining a balanced lifestyle by “working hard, laughing long and loving truly”. Her diverse background brings to Beezwax a mix of creativity, business savvy and technological aptitude. Rachel also enjoys working on art and writing fiction and draws on this experience to create innovative ways to solve problems.
In her spare time Rachel enjoys frolicking outside with her husband, Dan, and their dog, Carlos.