BA (Hons) Human Geography, Diploma Events Management, PRCA
Rachel started HTA in 2009 as a Project Management Administrator. She graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 2008 with a BA (Hons) in Human Geography which led her to her interest in the built environment and its relationship to people.
In 2011 she moved into the Marketing department where she undertook a Diploma in Events Management receiving a distinction and an Advanced Certificate in Public Relations. Rachel plans and implements HTA's Marketing activity which includes a number of internal and external events and innovative round tables across HTA's disciplines; project and practice award submissions; PR and Communications; Tenders; and Client Relationship Management whilst working closely to support the Partner's and Chair.
Rachel manages HTA's social programme and activities such as the Staff trips abroad to Berlin, Barcelona and Paris.
She has a keen interest in staff benefits and keeping morale high, which are all central to HTA's ethos. She also has a strong role in the Premises and Practice teams.
She has also been involved in planning and implementing HTA's Charity budget which see's 2% of HTA's annual profit going to Charity through various means.
Since being at HTA Rachel has supported a number of projects with a main focus on resident consultation. Rachel's project based work consists mainly of regeneration masterplans including Ebury Estate and Brunel Estate in Westminster, South Acton Estate in Ealing, Queen Elizabeth Children's Hospital in Tower Hamlets and Sheerwater in Woking.