At age 8, Rachel cartwheeled across the soccer field mid-game. She was highly useful during soccer practices as well, effectively tying together pieces of grass to make bracelets… Enter the arts.
She trained at the Massachusetts Academy of Ballet (Vaganova method) before earning a dual degree at UMass Amherst in Marketing (BBA) and Dance (BA). Eugene and Ronnie Isenberg awarded Rachel a substantial merit-based scholarship to attend UMass, and the title Isenberg Honors Scholar. Though she did not join her peers in the professional worlds of finance or advertising, she gladly represents the Isenberg School of Management in the world of showbusiness. Rachel would like to further add that she hopes the last sentence was clever.
Rachel demonstrates a unique emotional vibrancy both on and offstage. She currently is a New York City-based artist studying voice with Eddie Schnecker, actively continuing her dance training at Steps, Broadway Dance Center, Peridance, and in vacant Duane Reade aisles. Rachel looks forward to a lifetime of growth and experience in this funky beautiful arts community. She strives to bring compassion, respect, and chutzpah with her to each and every working and non-working environment.
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