At OpenDataSoft, Rachel is responsible for defining growth. Specifically, she helps clients with their digital transformation efforts, developing data products for the Smart City and IoT space. She also focuses on local and regional governments and how software and data can enhance Cities’ civic engagement and resource allocation challenges. Rachel has worked in management consulting, impact investing, and government in a number of areas: civic tech, economic development, and public financing. Previously, she was at the US Treasury, Office of the US Trade Representative, the U.N., and the Clinton Foundation. Earlier, Rachel worked with Mercer/Oliver Wyman. Rachel holds a Master in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School and a BA in Economics and Healthcare Management from the University of Pennsylvania.