ARINGO clients who worked with Rachel were admitted to MBA programs at Stanford, Chicago, Kellogg, Wharton, Duke, Ross, Cornell, Tuck, McCombs, UCLA, USC, Olin, Fox, Emory, Rotman, IE, IESE, ESADE, London Business School, Oxford, INSEAD, Imperial College, CASS, HEC Paris, Sauder.
Rachel received her bachelor’s degree in Electronic Media at the University of Cincinnati where she also minored in Journalism. Throughout her undergraduate degree, Rachel worked in radio news and regularly contributed written commentary to both the university newspaper and television news channel.
Before continuing with a master’s degree in Middle East History, she first headed to Atlanta, Georgia, where she worked at CNN. There, she wrote for CNN International’s weekly Inside Asia news magazine program and contributed research to the CNN Cold War television documentary series.
After completing her master’s degree, Rachel used her writing, editing and analytical skills in various non-profit fields. She was later a journalist in the diamond industry, writing news and feature articles for online and print publications as well as writing, researching and editing reports and reference books for international companies, governments and banks.
Rachel has also ghostwritten a memoir, a crafts book about jewelry and various blog posts. She continues to pursue avenues of online content and marketing writing, including script writing for online educational courses.
Being a consultant at ARINGO allows Rachel to combine her skills and expertise in listening to people and helping them articulate their thoughts and experiences.
To Rachel, words are like pieces in an elaborate puzzle. “The art of persuasive writing is to succeed in arranging and fitting together words in such a way that they produce a moving, convincing picture.”
“My experience with Aringo, and especially my consultant, Rachel, couldn’t be better. These guys are truly professionals and accompany you in the whole process. I started with a single package of 3 hours just to try the company, and eventually went to a more elaborated plan. I highly recommend the latter. The expertise of these people is amazing. What I found most useful was not that they help me with to correct any grammatical error (English is my second language), but how good they are at taking out the best of you.
I really enjoy the process. They respond very fast. I remember telling Rachel that I will miss s a lot waking up and read in my inbox the new comments she had made on my drafts. I miss it! It was such an interesting and fun process.
Overall my experience was great, and I really really don’t have anything to complaint about. I will always be grateful to Rachel and Chaya, the CEO, with whom I also spoke and was really really nice and handy.
I scored 620 in the GMAT. I applied to Goizueta, Fuqua, Kelley and McCombs. I ended up at Goizueta.”
“I had a really good experience working with Rachel as she was very responsive and she helped me put in my best applications. My experience working with Rachel was very helpful.”