Rachel Weinstein specializes in supporting multi-stakeholder efforts. Her projects focus on improving outcomes for historically underserved populations. Rachel’s clients have included leaders of the compact between district, charter and Catholic schools in Boston; four public health departments collaborating to share services; numerous philanthropic initiatives; and a cross-sector network focused on strengthening science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.
Prior to consulting, Rachel worked for elected officials, public schools and non-profits in the California Bay Area, helping each better collaborate with and serve their constituents. In her role directing the Senate President’s Oakland office, she led a team that served 846,791 residents across 11 cities and 148 square miles, served as the bridge between the Senator’s policy staff in the Capitol and District staff, and functioned as the Senator’s chief representative in his district. Rachel’s experiences partnering with communities, organizations and public agencies inspire and inform her consulting work. Rachel graduated from Brown University, where she majored in American Civilization with a focus on Urban Education.