Rachel is a certified instructional designer and skilled facilitator who has provided training at all levels. Her expertise is in process improvement, burnout, and adult learning theory. 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.
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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: My claim to nerd fame is that I once corrected the Merriam-Webster dictionary. And they thanked me for “keeping them on their toes.”
Nicknames at LifeLabs: Rachela (Rachel was already taken); 🥒