Rachael Lee Reichenbach is a consultant and facilitator dedicated to significant, systemic change. She uses tools and practices from deep equity and systems thinking to support organizations through the process of moving toward their deepest aspirations. Over the past ten years, she has facilitated and collaborated on social change processes in various settings - from political education and organizing to antiracism culture shift to community food systems activation and network weaving.
In this time of simultaneous multi-system transformation, she brings the skills, experience, and wisdom to help you address the root causes of the increasingly severe and complex challenges we collectively seek to solve. Her facilitation work focuses on supporting organizations and networks through strategy development, visioning, action planning, group dynamics, culture shift, and stakeholder engagement. Her approach to facilitation is rooted in the Training for Change school of thought and deeply influenced by her teachers and mentors Joseph McIntyre, Miles Gordon, Yotam Marom, and Annabel Membrillo Jimenez.