Born and raised in Manhattan and married to a lifelong Princetonian, Rachel brings a dual perspective to the process of house-hunting and selling. She knows the local landscape like a native and also understands the mind-set of those new to the area, especially urbanites in search of greener pastures. Rachel and her husband chose to settle in Princeton because they wanted to raise their family in a community that celebrates diversity and education, while offering opportunities to enjoy nature and culture. As parent of a teenage daughter and elementary-aged twin sons, Rachel is knowledgeable of public, private and pre-school educational options in the area, of which there are many!
Rachel’s path to real estate began in the wholesale mortgage industry nearly 20 years ago. She then transitioned to a career in finance in a shareholder advisory role connecting institutional investors and corporate clients from around the world, as well as, the planning and execution of major sector conferences year after year. Rachel’s various roles helped hone her negotiating skills, while mastering the art of marketing. At heart, she’s a natural people-person with an effervescent positivity who effortlessly connects with nearly everyone.
You might just bump into Rachel while walking her dog, Duke, or on a visit to the StonyBrook Watershed, where she is a committed volunteer, or perhaps during a visit to Morven Museum & Gardens, where she is part of the Education Planning Committee. Rachel also serves as Co-VP of Fundraising at Johnson Park School. In her spare time - which is rather rare these days - she loves to get her hands dirty in the garden surrounding her historic 19th century home.