Rachel Hirschberg is a top-rated political operative who has developed winning strategies for numerous political candidates and advocacy organizations on a wide range of issues, including Federal childcare, public-private partnerships, telecommunications and Congressional relations.
She is a veteran of five presidential campaigns and got her start in fundraising when she worked for the Democratic National Committee. Rachel has more than 20 years of high level political and fundraising experience. Her extensive personal relationships throughout the core of the Democratic Party enable her to increase her clients’ ability to raise financial capital and deliver the most effective results. She has raised millions of dollars for Governors, Senators and organizations such as the Martin Luther King Memorial and the Capitol Visitor’s Center at the U.S. Capitol amongst many others.
Rachel served as a Clinton Presidential Appointee for three years at the General Services Administration, where she worked with the White House, Members of Congress and staff from congressional committees.
Rachel earned a Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in International Business at The George Washington University. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Communication Arts (TV, radio and film) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is an adjunct professor for The George Washington University’s Semester in Washington program. Rachel lives in Bethesda, MD with her husband, son and daughter.