Careers - Rachel’s Story
 Cross Collaborations
Rachel’s Story
Cross Collaborations
Rachel majored in international relations and studied pre-medicine in her undergraduate years, then moved on to get a master’s in public health and global health policy. At the beginning of her career, she focused mainly on individual disease spaces, and upon the completion of her program, Rachel hoped to find an organization that worked across many different kinds of diseases. She felt PCORI was the perfect place.
Careers - What Rachel Does
 Manager, Research Infrastructure
What Rachel Does
Manager, Research Infrastructure
Rachel’s days revolve around the National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network, PCORnet initiative, which involves everything from communications to strategic planning and the People-Centered Research Foundation. She spends much of her day talking with healthcare stakeholders across the country, discussing the individual projects each is associated with at that time.
 
 
“Everyone here is extremely dedicated to the company mission.”
 
“Everyone here is extremely dedicated to the company mission.”
 
 
“We not only care about the work we do, but how we do it. So there are a lot of teambuilding opportunities to take part in.”
 
“We not only care about the work we do, but how we do it. So there are a lot of teambuilding opportunities to take part in.”