Rachel works as a Creative Community Engagement Consultant, assisting people of all ages in taking action in their local regions. Collaborating with some of the most inspiring young leaders imaginable, building intergenerational connections, weaving cords of support and creating tools for regeneration. Her work with youth spans beyond what is now known as North America, and is not confined to any organization or brand.
To bring Rachel to your campus, organization or event contact: Conscious Campus—a Speaker’s Bureau with an impressive roster of Transformative Speakers, Performers, Interactive Workshops & Discussions. Greg Bura and his team are dedicated to bringing inspiring programs which encourage the expansion of hearts and minds toward a just and regenerative planet. Much of Rachel’s booking is handled through Conscious Campus.
The Same Boat Radio—broadcasting from the studios of Woodstock 104 WIOF LP, in Woodstock, NY. since 2015. Tune in Monday evenings from 5:00-7:00 pm (with a rebroadcast on Tuesday Evenings from 10:00-12:00) in Woodstock, NY on Pacifica affiliated104.1. The local broadcast range is limited, but we are working to bring the show to the web. The show has been as freeform as it gets, Rachel Marco-Havens has been building a strong listenership with a goal to host more and more inspiring and engaging conversations with a diverse range of people standing up to shift the singularity paradigm to one of unity and right stewardship.
The Wittenberg Center is accredited as an international non-governmental organization with consultative status at the United Nations. Our purpose is to facilitate a bridging of ancient wisdom with contemporary life. We are committed to serving the vision of a world where people of all faiths, traditions and colors can come together with mutual regard and where the words of the traditional wisdomkeepers of the Earth are heard and respected. Rachel was appointed as a Representative at the United Nations in 2016, her focus on environmental and indigenous concerns.
Rachel serves on the Advisory Board of The Center for Earth Ethics with great honor. This organization, led by Director, Karenna Gore, works to articulate and enact a moral response to the threat that climate change poses to the world — especially to vulnerable communities — and to the ecological destruction that causes climate change. Founded at Union Theological Seminary in 2015, CEE will engage religious traditions, spirituality and social ethics to form a framework for seeking eco-justice.
Work That Reconnects—Toward Greater Solidarity & Inclusion: Rachel is a collaborative member of a group of facilitators who have been exploring ways that the facilitation of the Work That Reconnects (WTR) has reflected the industrial growth society’s patterns of harm. The intention of this exploration is to more fully recognize, address, and reframe the ways that power, privilege, and oppression appear within WTR spaces in order to develop the WTR and its facilitators.
The Transcendent Nation Foundation seeks to bridge a perceived gap between those who are currently working on creating a better world through spiritual practice and those who are focused on furthering peace, justice and sustainability through concrete, compassionate action in the world. Rachel has been working with TN Foundation for the last 10 years to assist the efforts on several facets of this inspiring project.