As a business and communication specialist, her goals were to start a business, and become financially independent so she could start a family. Things drastically changed in 2015, shortly after the birth of her second child.
Rachel’s Faith carried her through the unimaginable. Her 7-week old baby and toddler son were seized by CPS when her newborn sustained critical cranial injuries while in the care of a nanny. She was evicted from her own home and had to endure a grueling court case to prove her innocence.
For 3 years she pursued authorities who erroneously accused her, and put her children through a battery of traumatic tests without parental consent. She won her legal case in 2018 and was awarded 7 figures in damages. Rachel is now a published author and public speaker. Her focus is on educating citizens while being a voice for families that have been victimized by Family Court and Child Protective Services.
Rachel is now a Nashville based author, and advocate for parents that have been falsely accused in the child welfare system. Her book Fractured Hope: A Mother's Fight for Justice has been featured in top podcasts such as the Jesse Kelly Show, The Highwire with Del Bigtree, and the Freedom Network.
Rachel's personal experience of having her children illegally removed makes her the perfect spokeswoman for issues on Parental Rights and child advocacy. After being awarded 7 figures in a civil suit, she knows the ins and outs of the court system and is ready to help families with her knowledge. Her mission is to Expose, Educate, and Encourage.