Rachel E.D. Roberts is the Director of Clarendon Group’s Social Impact Practice, where she works with clients to deliver solutions, strategies, and creative content for purpose-driven impact. Prior to joining Clarendon Group, Rachel served as Director of Global Policy and Advocacy at The Rockefeller Foundation, working closely with grantees and partners to plan and execute programs and campaigns aimed at achieving social impact. While at the Rockefeller Foundation she also managed a number of strategic initiatives, including enhancing convening and residency programming at the Foundation’s Bellagio Center, and launching a new fellowship program. She previously worked as an analyst at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory developing strategic options to inform decision making for organizational management. Prior to Columbia University she worked as an educator at Nature's Classroom, a residential environmental education program in New England. She holds a B.A. in biology and religious studies from Colgate University and an M.P.A. in environmental science and policy from Columbia University.