“I get up every day because I have three children and I don’t want them to have to experience this devastating crime. I want to keep fighting—keep working—toward a community that is void of sexual violence. That motivates me every day.”
Rachel started at the Sexual Assault Center as a graduate intern. 18 years later, as CEO, she’s curating a space marked by peace and compassion. A space where those who have been affected by sexual assault can come to heal and to move forward. “It takes so much courage to come into our building … the people we serve have to relive one of the darkest moments or some of the darkest moments of their lives and we get to walk alongside of them in that journey … that’s really inspiring.”

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