Rachel leads RMI’s monitoring, evaluation, and learning practices in order to demonstrate impact and support the integration of evaluation into ongoing learning and strategy development.
Rachel has more than a decade of experience designing and implementing monitoring, evaluation, and learning systems with nonprofits, philanthropic organizations, and government agencies. She previously was a director with Learning for Action, a consulting firm that partners with social sector organizations on evaluation, strategic planning, and capacity building. She has experience working with organizations on a wide range of issues, including public health, energy, environment, media, and human rights.
Master’s of Public Policy, Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley
Master’s of Public Health, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley
BA, Journalism and Spanish, Northwestern University
San Francisco, CA