Rachel’s expertise is in process improvement, change management, and preventing burnout in the workplace. She has her Master’s degree from Columbia University and has spent her career as a manager, researcher, consultant, and analyst in a variety of industries, ranging from technology to healthcare. At LifeLabs Learning, Rachel supports the development and direction of our facilitation team.
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The LifeLabs Learning value that most resonates with me and why: Always Be Learning sums up my approach to life. Whether it’s a new coaching technique, a surprising animal fact, or a different perspective on something I thought I knew, I want to learn it. “Study hard what interests you in the most undisciplined, irreverent, and original manner possible.” – Richard Feynman.
Pronunciation guide: Rachel (RAY-chul) Abrahams (AY-bra-hams) (*When I was little, I thought it was really embarrassing to have lingerie in my name.)
Languages spoken: English (fluent), Spanish (conversational)
Fun fact: I’ve lived in Buenos Aires, Tel Aviv, and Bangkok for 6 months each.
Nicknames at LifeLabs: Rachela (Rachel was already taken); 🥒