Rachel is a licensed counselor, advocate for trafficking victims, and founded Her Song Jacksonville in 2013 where young ladies from Florida and all over the nation find refuge in the aftermath of trafficking. Rachel led Her Song to address fragmented and limited services available to survivors of trafficking by opening the first safe homes with comprehensive programs in Northeast Florida. Rachel is a doctoral student, an alumna of Baylor University (B.A.), of Liberty University (M.A.), and the Mayo School of Health Sciences in Jacksonville, Florida. She received the FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award in 2016 at FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C., and a Meritorious Award in 2019 by the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office for outstanding community service in a case that led to a trafficker being sentenced. Rachel served on the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission’s Leadership Council in 2018 in support of pro-life efforts for all victims of abuse and is a subject matter expert on local news, in podcasts, and magazines, and is a featured speaker in the faith-based community. She is in passionate pursuit of a world where every girl is free and is dedicated to that end through leadership, education, and practical, life-giving solutions for survivors.