Rachel is the Owner/Transformationalist at DEI Outdoors, a firm which deals directly with the outdoor industry to foster DEI in organizations. Her main objective is to transform the outdoor industry into a diverse, equitable, inclusive and accessible space. Rachel is committed to creating an industry where anyone can experience, thrive, and lead in the out of doors no matter their circumstances, and has a focus on underserved and underrepresented communities. She has served and inspired over 100 organizations in the creation of actionable systems aligned with creating diversity, equity, and inclusion in outdoor spaces. She is a frequent writer for industry publications like Adventure Park Insider and SAM, and has given talks on DEI & Social Justice on international platforms.Outside of her endeavor to bridge the gap between racial and ethnic diversity in the outdoors and social justice, Rachel can be found hunting fairies in the woods with her daughter.
Rachel's Recent Stories
Welcome to Stratton My daughter, Aria, was stoked and maybe a little nervous about her first-timer snowboard lesson at Stratton. Her nervousness was squelched quickly upon checking in at Stratton’s Welcome Center. If you’ve never been to Stratton (or are new to any mountain), the welcome center is a great place to start your journey. … Read MoreRead More
After an exhilarating evening of tubing at Stratton’s Coca-Cola Tube Park, Mama Rachel and daughter Aria were hungry and ready for some rest. They checked in for a special One-Nighter stay at the Black Bear Lodge. The Black Bear Lodge is just 4 minutes by car or shuttle from the Coca-Cola Tube Park, which makes … Read MoreRead More
Killington has an endless array of possibilities when it comes to summer fun, and we got to spend three days taking in the magic. From hikes, to bikes and everything in between, Killington Resort holds the secret to summertime fun. I, Rachel, and my daughter Aria visited Killington this summer. Our main objectives during our … Read MoreRead More