What values will you center in your leadership? How will your organization move foward? What else do you need?
Rahel’s personal background includes many years of social justice and anti-racism work, peer-to-peer counseling practice, and experience with strengths-based models. These all influence her coaching approach, rooted in a firm belief that each of us is brilliant and resourceful, with the internal wisdom and capacity to shape our own path.
With 20 years as a nonprofit and business professional, Rahel is familiar with human resources, finances, IT, and operations. She’s experienced firsthand the daily trade-offs and challenges faced by executives and leaders at all levels.
As your coach, Rahel will partner with you to explore, to vision and to identify next steps–for you, for your organization, and for your team. Let’s cultivate the change you want to see in the world!
Rahel is trained in a Healing Centered Coaching model which centers the experiences of people of color and historically marginalized communities. She’s a white ally, primarily coaching BIPOC leaders within the nonprofit community. She also coaches white allies actively working against racism.
Repairing ourselves and repairing the world go hand-in-hand.
As your HR consultant, Rahel will help implement DEI values within your HR practice. Clients benefit from her library of templates, experience implementing values-aligned policies at dozens of organizations, and her active involvement with networks of other equity-oriented HR professionals, including CompassPoint’s Nonprofit Peer Networks.
Rahel’s passion for HR is rooted in the potential for workplace change: when HR staff weave equity values into their work, ripple effects flow throughout the organization. She knows HR folks face challenges trying to implement a values-oriented approach within the constraints of a capitalist system and the employer/employee structure. Each organization will chart its own path through those tensions; Rahel is a trusted thought-partner for HR staff navigating their workplaces along that journey.
Let’s build workplaces that work for everyone.