Rachel Kulhawik

Senior Business Analyst

Rachel’s attitude is epitomized by Denzel Washington’s quote from her favorite movie, Remember The Titans:  “I’m a winner. I’m going to win.”

Early on in life, Rachel knew she wanted to apply this winning mentality to the world of advertising. She credits Red Bull’s over-the-top marketing for this desire, which seems appropriate given her boundless energy and constant drive to outdo herself. A graduate of Syracuse University, Rachel majored in Advertising and Marketing and minored in Psychology. Not limiting her academic pursuits to the classroom, she also acted as campus Brand Ambassador for the likes of Google, Microsoft, and American Express.  

Rachel approaches each project with a desire to exceed expectations and always delivers.  Whether it’s taking the lead managing a highly-anticipated #1 country album or planning the release of a surprise mixtape from one of the hottest rappers in the game.

Outside of the office, she enjoys indulging in a variety of hobbies and musical interests. Don’t be surprised to see her rocking out to country music, singing along to Justin Bieber’s latest hit or rapping every word of Lil Wayne’s ‘A Mili’.  She’s a CrossFit junkie, avid soccer player and Boston sports super fan, Rachel takes her interests as seriously as she does her work. We endeavor to hire people with “ideas in their heads and fire in their belly”, and so far, we’ve seen both in her.

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