Rachel joined KWB in July of 2018. She graduated from UC Berkeley in 2016, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Conservation and Resource Studies. Prior to joining KWB, Rachel expanded her education by working in sustainable agriculture, including wine production, organic farming, and related industries. She also lived and worked for a time in Juluchuca, Mexico, a tiny rural town on the Pacific coast. There she helped build and maintain community gardens as a means of helping the community learn about healthy living and the value of their natural resources.
While still passionate about sustainable food systems and promoting a healthy environment, Rachel found herself wanting to make more of a direct impact in helping individuals create better lives for themselves. She is now a part of the KWB team, learning the tricks of the trade and finding true enjoyment working with and helping clients pursue their financial goals. Rachel is currently studying for her Series 7 and hopes to earn this license within the year.
Just like her father, KWB founder Kerry Bubb, Rachel loves to stay active and busy and manages to do so with her numerous hobbies. She enjoys gardening, mountain biking, yoga, tennis, boating, SCUBA diving and many more outdoor activities. With her coined phrase, “I’m just trying to have a good time,” Rachel truly does appreciate the chaos and adventure of her life.