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Rachel Rogers

Portfolio Analyst

Rachel Rogers

Portfolio Analyst

Biography

A St. Louis native, Rachel graduated from University of Oklahoma in 2014 with her Bachelor's in Engineering Physics and minors in Math and International Area Studies. She spent the next two years working in Uganda as the data manager for a rural water hand-pump company. Naturally good with numbers (hence the math minor), she brings great mathematical acumen and strategic thinking to her role.

In her free time, Rachel enjoys listening to live music, drinking on patios and playing in her Skeeball league. She's also an active member of the Young Professionals of Easterseals Midwest.

Education
  • University of Oklahoma, Bachelor's in Engineering Physics and minors in Math and International Area Studies, 2014

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