Rachel has been a resident of Maryville for most of her life. After graduating from Maryville High School in 2010, she moved to Knoxville to attend the University of Tennessee. While in college, Rachel was an active member in her sorority. Two of her favorite aspects of Alpha Delta Pi were regularly volunteering with the Ronald McDonald House and serving as a Recruitment Counselor. She also served as a Leadership and Service Ambassador where she facilitated leadership development programs across campus and volunteered in the Knoxville community. Rachel enjoyed serving as a member of the Order of Omega Honors Society as well.
Rachel graduated from the University of Tennessee in 2014 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and Marketing. Upon graduation, she returned to Maryville and accepted a job as a Spa Coordinator at Blackberry Farm. The biggest asset Rachel has taken from her experience on the farm is seeing the true meaning of “Southern Hospitality” played out everyday. Her favorite part of her job was not only being encouraged but also expected to go above and beyond to take care of guests from all over the world. Rachel obtained her Real Estate license in August of 2015 and has since then been applying her love of servicing others in her real estate business.
In 2016, Rachel began her service to the Knoxville Area Association of REALTORS (KAAR) Education Committee and was active in volunteering for the very first Education Summit. She nows serve as Chairperson of this Committee. Because of her desire to development herself professionally, she has almost completed the requirements for both the ABR and ePro designations. Rachel also serves on the 2018 Tennessee REALTORS Association Governmental Affairs Committee.
Rachel is married to her high school sweetheart, Micah, and they have three loving pit bulls, Finn, Miya and Moby. When she is not learning the ropes and expanding her knowledge in Real Estate, she enjoys exploring the world of gardening, traveling and spending time with her family, friends and dogs.