Besides politics, Rachel also has experience writing about tech and social media having had several tech support jobs in the past and running her own social media company. She has expertise writing about legal issues as former attorney. That also helps give her good judgment knowing what to safely write about without risk of being sued. She knows AP Style journalism having learned it at her past couple of fulltime jobs as an editor.
Besides politics, law and tech, Rachel is also interested in the outdoors, health, fitness, travel, food and entertainment to name a few things.
President of the Federalist Society
Columnist and editorial board member for The Arizona Daily Wildcat
Co-President of the Political Science Honor Society
She has written probably 1,000 articles about politics since she started writing in 1997. She wrote a biweekly column for The Arizona Daily Wildcat, then a weekly column for many medium-sized websites in the 2000s, and in the 2010s wrote weekly columns for three large political websites. She has also been solicited to write paid political columns for several publications including The Hill, The UK Guardian and the Selous Foundation for Policy Policy Research.
She has written many articles about the law, due to her background as an attorney. Many of her articles focused on criminal and constitutional law. She has also written many blog posts for a bankruptcy law firm she used to own.
Having worked in government for many years, including as an attorney in administrative law, she has written many articles and blog posts about government.
She has written around 1000 opinion articles since 1997.
She has written around 500 blog posts for various blogs since she started blogging in the mid-2000s.
She has tweeted probably 100 times on behalf of her employer's Twitter account at her last fulltime job.