As the EY Global and Americas Mobility Market Leader, Rachel challenges the market and team (together) to create life-changing experiences while achieving greater business outcomes.
Rachel advises on aligning mobility and talent, helping to derive maximum strategic and tactical value from global mobility. She also assists in transforming the mobility life cycle to improve experience and inspire confidence.
In support of her clients, she focuses on performance improvement, risk management and operational design. She is also the global leader for Global Employment Organizations (GEO/GEC) and the Americas Mobility lead for Health Sciences.
Rachel has been at EY since 1999 and spent 6 additional years at other firms working in International Corporate Tax and Mobility.
Rachel has a BA in English and Mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the Stern School of Business at New York University. She is a Certified Public Accountant.
How Rachel is building a better working world
Cross-border activity is complex and can drain a company’s efficiency and resources. Rachel redesigns the mobility function to increase effectiveness, streamline activities, and heighten experience. Not only does this improve compliance and alignment of costs with revenues, but she also enables her clients to manage their global workforce with fluidity. Given today’s talent shortages and supply chain challenges, Rachel’s efforts translate into better global operations, accomplishing more with less waste.
In addition, Rachel is on the Board of Directors of the National Liberty Museum, a museum dedicated to liberty in the heart of Philadelphia’s Historic District. Together with EY, she supports the Young Heroes Outreach Program, which encourages children to become leaders and advocates of social change.