About Rachel Bouman
Rachel Bouman is a professional with diverse interests. Her career is currently focused on her duties as a Deputy Associate Director within the Library of Congress. She has great interests in staying fit, cooking delicious meals for her family, and traveling to her favorite stunning cities.
The University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law bestowed a J.D. degree upon Rachel to commence her career in law. She eventually became a Senior Associate at Porter Scott PC. Years later, she moved into the position of Senior Attorney Advisor at the Office of Chief Counsel in a Department of Justice agency. Roles like this helped Rachel build her skill set for the role she holds today.
In order to maintain great health while managing a busy work schedule, Rachel sticks to a regular workout routine. She runs three times per week consistently and is not a stranger to lifting weights. She enjoys participating in races in the 5K or 10K distance from time to time.
When it comes to cooking, Rachel was inspired by the experiences of her childhood. She holds special memories of the good times that emerged from the food of her youth. Now, she focuses on bringing that joy to her own family by placing a special emphasis on preparing holiday treats.
After cooking some fabulous desserts, Rachel Bouman may be found planning her next trip. Having already been to Italy and the Guam, she is no stranger to traveling. In the future, she would like the chance to explore the islands of the Caribbean.
As a lawyer, travel enthusiast, hobby chef, and athlete, Rachel Bouman is certainly making the most of life. Her personal development journey with health and fitness and her drive to embrace the world through travel makes her an astounding leader who maintains professionalism and grace overall. Her drive, creativity, and discipline is an inspiration to all.