Rachel has been the Administrative Assistant and one of the dispatchers at DCNC for over 3 years. If you have ever called the office or help desk, you have probably spoken with her.

Rachel also helps with ordering, inventory, billing and planning employee events. She came to us from Elitch Gardens where she worked first as the Reception Supervisor, then as the Administrator of the Maintenance Department. Being in the entertainment industry for 9 seasons was definitely fun and fast-paced.

Rachel has lived in the SW Littleton area for 24 years. She spent her high school days at Chatfield Senior High playing a variety of instruments in the marching band, singing in the choir, working in front and behind the curtain in the musicals and taking as many photography classes as possible. She continued her formal education at Metropolitan State College of Denver where she graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science focusing in Colorado History with a minor in Psychology.

Her hobbies include crocheting blankets for her 26 cousins and their children, nail art, singing in her church choir and she recently began learning the ukulele. She has also been on several bowling teams and a nationally ranked pool team.

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