Rachel is a highly skilled professional with a proven track record of managerial success. With over 12 years of experience, she has cultivated a career that extends across a diverse range of industries and cultural settings. She has dedicated her talents to non-profits, start-ups and Fortune 200 companies ranging in geographic location from New England to the Rocky Mountains, the Mid-West and the Hawaiian Islands. She is exceptionally skilled at identifying barriers, developing sustainable solutions, motivating cross-functional teams, and delivering high quality results.
Rachel is most proud of her work as the leader of a 10-person Trespass Mitigation Team with a Fortune 200 company. Under her leadership, the team successfully designed and implemented a groundbreaking trespass mitigation model, the first of its kind in the transportation industry and they were awarded a World-Class Safety Innovation Award in 2017. In 2018, Rachel led several complex systemic integrations for one of the nation’s largest industrial UAS programs, relying again on cross-functional teamwork to get the job done. She is most proud of the fully-integrated UAS Training Program that she successfully created.
She served as the conduit between several specialized work teams to create a sophisticated program that alleviated workflow gaps across more than nine different functional areas. Rachel earned her BA at Eastern Connecticut State University and her MA at the University of Denver, both of which were rooted in Psychology with an emphasis on industrial/organizational research. Her thesis work on Women in the Transportation Industry was published in 2014 and can be found here, The Transportation Industry: Investigating women as an underutilized workforce in a traditionally male industry by Mulholland, Rachel, M.A., University of Denver, 2014, 128 pages, AAT 1567692