Rachael is a financial crime compliance professional for a leading global financial services group, providing financial crime advisory oversight for securities. Through her Certified Anti-Money Laundering Certification, Rachael stays abreast of how financial institutions play a critical role in combating the illegal wildlife trade as Rachael’s true passion is helping animals.
Outside of work, Rachael has volunteered with San Francisco Animal Care and Control for almost 6 years, providing much needed enrichment for the dogs under their care. Rachael walks dogs, assists in adoptions, mentors new volunteers, and takes dogs out of the shelter for a much-needed break on field trips and sleepovers.
Rachael is deeply appreciative for the opportunity to participate in the MSL Program at the Lewis & Clark Law School, so that she be a better animal advocate and advance her career goals of full-time animal advocacy.
Rachael holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and maintains a FINRA Series 7 license and ACAMS Certificate.