Rachel is almost a Gillette native, having moved with her family from Connecticut in 1992. After graduating from Campbell County High School, she quickly started a career in banking. With 17 years of experience in the industry, she now manages ANB Bank, providing loan services and overseeing a small but mighty team of 5. In addition to serving on the YES House Foundation Board, Rachel is the Treasurer for Energy Capital Habitat for Humanity and a member of the local Kiwanis Chapter. When she is free from volunteer commitments and working to make a living, she enjoys time with her teenage son and menagerie of animals, including a shih tzu who has amazing dance moves, 2 cats that kind of like each other, and a rabbit named Grandpa. Rachel is grateful for the opportunity to serve on the YES House Foundation Board. She is passionate about programs that provide youth and families with stability, life skills, education, and the potential to improve their lives and those impacted by them and believes this quality of life is made possible by the YES House and generous people who believe in their mission.