“Our chief want is someone who will inspire us to be what we know we could be.”
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Rachel Freedberg has 25 years of experience working with clients in a highly individualized, strategic and collaborative manner. Throughout her career, Rachel has maintained a focus on the importance of harnessing both emotional intelligence and strategic thinking to yield success.
Through coaching and team building, Rachel has developed deep expertise working with individuals and teams to improve performance and enhance professional development. Rachel has worked with Fortune 50 organizations as well as small-medium sized companies. In addition to founding and managing RF Leadership Coaching, Rachel has recently served as Chief Talent Officer at Nukk-Freeman & Cerra P.C., where she continues to coach and provide organizational development support to the firm’s partners.
Rachel brings a wealth of real-world experience from her own life in addition to her training as an executive coach. She easily earns the trust of her clients and often makes lasting relationships beyond the scope of the initial coaching engagement. Whether working with a client or team to coach them on meeting key performance indicators, enhancing their leadership skills, or focusing on career and talent management issues, Rachel exhibits knowledge and an individualized and thoughtful approach.
Rachel possesses a Master's Degree in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University; where she is currently a member of the Columbia Coaching Learning Association.
As a certified coach in the Emotional Intelligence (EQi2.0) the Pearman Personality Integrator, and the Birkman Method, Rachel leverages these tools along with her extensive experience to effectively and strategically identify, grow, and develop key talent.
Outside of work, Rachel has a passion for spending time with family and friends, traveling, reading, kickboxing and paddle boarding.
Certified Coach in Emotional Intelligence (EQi2.0), the Pearman Personality Integrator, and the Birkman Method