Rachel Ricketts is a queer, multi-racial Black woman. As a global thought leader, racial justice educator, healer, speaker, and writer, she hosts intersectional racial justice workshops worldwide, including her renowned Spiritual Activism series. Rachel cultivates change by fusing her experiences as an attorney, trained anti-racism educator and grief coach with her spiritual certifications in breathwork, yoga, mindfulness and Reiki. She has helped numerous global brands with anti-racism efforts, including Google, WeWork and Lululemon. Rachel was named one of well+good’s 2020 Changemakers and has been featured in international media such as the New York Times, Cosmopolitan, Goop, and The Atlantic. She loves donuts, dancing, disruption and all things metaphysical (ideally all at once).
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