Rachel has blue eyes and uses them for insight.
Seeing into – whether that’s data, music, hearts, minds.
After studying Music at Oxford, Rachel started in the arts sector gaining experience of logistics, marketing and finance for orchestras. She then became a fundraiser at Wigmore Hall successfully growing membership, individual giving and legacies.
Fascinated by data and people and ever eager to learn she then headed to Birkbeck to study Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropsychology gaining her MSc in 2015.
But her heart never left the non-profit sector and she now brings art and science together working on Supporter Insight at Parkinson’s UK. There she uses her insightful approach to data, analysis, people and charity to make a difference in an organisation making a difference to the lives of people with Parkinson’s.
She still plays cello with the Orchestra of the City, piano at home and attempts ukulele when nobody’s listening.