Senior Marketing Director and Office Manager of the SC office
Rachel has always wanted to help others. Growing up, she regularly volunteered with her grandmother at the local soup kitchen and numerous other events at their church. When her father was diagnosed with cancer, she realized she wanted to become a nurse to care for the sick. She started working as a CNA in the medical wing at the Kentucky State Prison while going to nursing school full time.
Once she graduated, Rachel started caring for patients in a long-term acute care hospital and she later moved to an assisted living dementia home. This is where Rachel thrived as a nurse, building bonds with her residents, their families, and her coworkers.
Rachel decided she wanted to help her husband and father-in-law host events to help educate retirees about their financial futures. Working in the medical field as a nurse, she has seen so many patients not get the care they need or deserve because they did not have the funds to pay for better medical facilities. Everyone should be educated and helped to be financially prepared for care they may need in the future.
“Compassion is at the heart of every little thing we do. It is the dearest quality we possess. Yet all too often it can be cast aside with consequences too tragic to speak of. To lose our compassion, we lose what it is to be human.” – Anonymous
“Everyone has a purpose in life… a unique gift or special talent to give to others. And when we blend this unique talent with service to others, we experience the ecstasy and exultation of our own spirit, which is the ultimate goal of all goals.” -Deepak Chopra