Rachel Rawlinson came to Port City in February 2018 from the world of education, human healthcare and coaching rowing at the University of New Hampshire. Ms. Rawlinson’s career is an eclectic array that has focused on programmatic and human development and growth.
Ms. Rawlinson studied Sociology and Environmental Conservation at the University of New Hampshire and earned her bachelor’s degree in 1999. In 2004, she earned her Master’s in Public Health with a focus in Policy and Management. Ms. Rawlinson is currently working to become a certified Compassion Fatigue Counselor.
Ms. Rawlinson’s varied career has always focused on providing educationally based informed choice; finding successes through building effective teams, enhancing work ethic and efficiencies; as well as community building, truthful communication, caring for the whole organism while maintaining focus on the higher goal.
Rachel Rawlinson joined the Port City team in February of 2018 as the Hospital Service Manager and is enjoying working with such a wonderful community, having animals in the workplace and the differences each day brings. She resides in Berwick, Maine with her daughter and two cats, Trick and Treat.