Rachel develops and implements outreach, education, and advocacy activities pertaining to National Down Syndrome Society’s aging and caregiving programs. Partnering with internal and external stakeholders, she works to expand resources that support our community’s caregivers and help individuals and families navigate adulthood and aging with Down syndrome. For the past three years, Rachel has driven the growth of the NDSS Adult Summit, which provides educational content to hundreds of individuals with Down syndrome, their families, and caregivers each year. Rachel holds a bachelor’s degree in human services from the University of Delaware and is pursuing a master’s degree in public health from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.