Rachel is a passionate, dynamic and results oriented entrepreneur and business professional with an excellent track record in entrepreneurial education and leadership, business development, marketing communications, program and event management, organization & planning, early-stage through growth level ventures success, budgeting, and revenue growth as well as proven success in achieving objectives. Rachel started her first company while completing her Global MBA from George Washington University, in Washington, DC. What started as a humble soup company, grew into a large-scale farm share support program that helped local sustainable farmers, while also helping to reduce food deserts in the metropolitan DC area.
Over her career, Rachel has started several companies, sold two successfully, and is currently operating her boutique consulting firm, MicroCap Marketing, and is the co-founder and Vice President of Roberts Oilfield Services, an oil & gas business, while also serving as Assistant Director for the Institute for Entrepreneurship at Colorado State University. Rachel is very passionate about impact entrepreneurship, and personally aims to make a difference, not just in the organizations she works for and with, but also in her greater community. Her ambition is to help connect students, businesses, and entrepreneurs with local communities.