Rachel is a seasoned communicator and problem solver, having spent nearly a decade advising federal cabinet ministers and opinion leaders. She served in senior communications roles for top decision-makers, including the Attorney General of Canada, Minister of Labour, Minister of Heritage, and Minister of Indigenous Services. She is known for her astute judgment and ability to navigate complex and rapidly changing situations.
Rachel is bilingual and specializes in strategic communications, media relations, speechwriting, and crisis management. Her diverse experience and intimate knowledge of the inner workings of media and government enable her to craft authentic, results-driven narratives that propel powerful advocacy strategies and public affairs campaigns forward.
She approaches each challenge with a fresh perspective and employs an individualized approach that embraces the unique voice and values of her clients in order to meet their goals. Rachel’s vast network of media contacts and leaders helps ensure that her client’s message reaches its target audience.
During her time in government, Rachel was involved in a number of key files, including justice reform, arts and culture, labour relations, official languages, and renewed relationships with First Nations, Inuit, and Métis partners.
Rachel is originally from Montreal and an alumna of McGill University.