At Atlas Obscura, Rachel works with artists, experts, and individuals to develops and execute unique experiences online, and in-person all over the world. She also collaborates with well-known brands to execute large-scale experience partnerships that embody Atlas Obscura’s mission to inspire wonder and curiosity about the world. Rachel brings a passion for responsible travel, representation, and exploring the unexplored to every experience she develops.
Prior to joining Atlas Obscura, Rachel worked in experience design with the public media company Science Friday, where she developed and executed science experiences all over the United States. Some of her favorite career moments to date include smuggling a giant preserved isopod into a basement theater in NYC, surviving a horse stampede on Georgia O’Keefe’s Ghost Ranch in New Mexico, and dissecting an edible model of the human brain at a black-tie dinner—and then eating it. When she is not traveling or dreaming up experiences, Rachel performs weekly as a musical comedian in New York City.
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This fun, interactive session led by Atlas Obscura will focus on helping tour guides develop their own unique tour product possibilities!
Unique tours are the new normal. A new segment of guests have moved beyond the cookie-cutter, and want something original and special. Join this panel discussion as representatives from Atlas…