Rachel Everaard
Companies need to embrace the workforce of the future and evolve to better serve current and prospective employees.

Rachel Everaard

EY Southwest People Advisory Services Leader, US Oil & Gas People Advisory Services Principal

Energy leader. Passionate proponent of women in business and leadership. Runner. Wife and mother.

Areas of focus Oil and gas Advisory
Office Houston, US

A leader in HR for more than 15 years with extensive experience in the energy sector, Rachel is the Southwest People Advisory Services Leader and US Oil & Gas People Advisory Services Principal.

In this role, she focuses on talent management, organizational design change, communications, HR strategy and compensation. Having worked across numerous industries, she has spent the majority of her career in energy, health care and the public sector.

Rachel is regularly quoted by industry publications and has spoken at conferences on the perception of the oil and gas industry, recruiting and retention in oil and gas, global workforce planning, global HR effectiveness and transformation.

She holds an MPH in Health Policy and Management from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MBA and a BA in Economics from Tulane University.

How Rachel is building a better working world

“Both the energy industry and the broader workforce are changing dramatically. These changes create hurdles to workforce strategy, recruiting, retention and overall business health. I help clients determine how to adapt to these shifts using both workforce strategy and technology so their workforce is ready and able to position their company for success both now and in the future.”

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