About Conscious Magazine
Real stories with real impact. Conscious Magazine tells stories about culture, people, and community that make a difference. Through narratives, collaborations and interviews, the magazine profiles socially innovative brands, human interest stories, and highlights conscious culture.
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We care about global, local, and individual concerns. We believe great moments are born from acknowledging and acting upon opportunity. We are passionate agents of change, pioneers of benevolent innovation, and instigators of empowerment who seek the good of those around us. We believe everyone has a voice and the power to make a difference.
Rachael was born and raised in NJ before heading to NYC. Rachael serves as Conscious’ Editor-in-Chief and oversees the editorial calendar and aesthetic branding of the magazine. After she graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree from The King’s College, Rachael worked in wealth management at Anchin, LLP. She then moved to the non-profit sector as a Program Director and managed communication with multiple U.S. city-committees while developing, directing, and implementing public relations strategies. Later, she began her social entrepreneurial career at Red Rover Public Relations, a social media / PR firm and communications agency. Rachael has directed numerous benefits for GEMS Girls, Albania Missions, the American Cancer Society, Rescued and Redeemed Ministries, The Hope House, Eden Autism Services, Build a Nest, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Tamika & Friends, The Dawson Scleroderma Foundation, City Harvest and the Toshi Now Foundation. She is also a First Lady of Diversity Ambassador with the Mary McLeod Bethune Humanitarian Network, and is on the host committee for F.A.B. NYC events. For her involvement in philanthropy, Rachael was recognized by Marie Claire, NYC Invitations, Womens Mafia, Lela Luxe, Ask Melissa, Rewrite Beautiful, and more. With a desire to spread the social good movement, Rachael spoke on Fashion and Social Good at Harvard’s Igniting Innovation Summit 2012. Committed to combating sex trafficking in her lifetime, Rachael frequently collaborates with organizations fighting against sex trafficking. Rachael resides in Long Island City with her husband, Jon and dog, Captain. She also loves photography, design, and singing.