Top 100 Latinas 2022
In April 2022, Rachel was named a Top 100 Latina in the United States by Latino Leaders Magazine. This lists recognizes trailblazing Latinas in their areas of expertise who continue to influence and effectuate change.
Bridging the Wealth Gap for Women
Rachel shared advice for helping to bridge the wealth gap for women through the use of personal power, positional power and financial strength.
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At the start of Financial Literacy Month, Rachel launched an inaugural newsletter article focused on practical and readily available solutions for supervisors to implement immediately. (April 2022)
Along with an esteemed group of DFW Latina colleagues, Rachel was appointed to the H100 Board for the 2022 season. The Hispanic 100 Board of Directors, Chairs, and members are dedicated to making a difference for future generations of Latinas through advocacy, economic empowerment and philanthropy.
This is a story of Rachel’s career and the power of relationships and partnerships. Success is a team effort. (December 2021)
An hour-long Twitter chat of Women Career Advice. See the Life at AT&T Blog: Women Leaders Discuss Career Growth and Equality in the Workplace. See Rachel’s reflections on social norms and social justice. (December 2021)
AT&T Advancing Latino Leadership
This article appears on AT&T’s Newsroom in October 2021 during Hispanic Heritage Month sharing the story of AT&T’s grassroots approach to advancing Latino leadership. It’s a story of the power of collective leadership to drive change—one of two top-viewed articles for the month. (October 2021). This article was republished on DiversityInc.
DiversityInc is focused on best practices for its members to advance their careers. Rachel was one of three panelists and delivered a heart-felt story of advice she would give to her younger self. (October 2020)
Find Rachel’s story on the DiversityInc Webinar: Career Advice for Women of Color. Her story is located at 0:28:33 and runs to 0:42:31.
Rachel was interviewed for Hispanic Living where she shares her experience as a pioneer for the inaugural class of a Corporate Executive Professional Development program for Latinos at Southern Methodist University. Find Rachel’s story on page 40 of the 2016 edition of Hispanic Living.