Rachel Klein

Rachel Klein

Interior Design Intern at E+E Architecture Inc

297 Prince Ave Suite 28B, Athens, Georgia, United States
HQ Phone:
(706) 850-1330

General Information


Student  - University of Georgia

Campus Ambassador  - Spotify Ltd

Counselor  - Camp Barney Medintz


Indiana University

Louisville Collegiate School


Member  - SADD Inc

Member  - P.E.P. Club

Recent News  

This year, the Ellen Faye Garmon Award goes to Rachel Bass; the Stacy Marks Nisenbaum Award to Sophie Reskin; Stuart Pressma Student Leadership Development Awards to Rachel Klein, Ben Humphrey and Andrew Segal; and the Joseph Fink Award to Andrew Segal.
Rachel Klein Rachel Klein, a Pressma Award winner, is a graduate of Louisville Collegiate School and will be attending Indiana University in the fall. Although she has not yet chosen her major, she is leaning toward broadcast Journalism. She plans to be active in Hillel. "BBYO is a huge part of my life," she said. With BBYO, Klein has served as coordinator of the KIO Regional Convention. She has also been vice president of programming for religious and community service activities and treasurer for Jay Levine BBG. She has attended many local programs and eight regional conventions. At school, Klein was chosen by the faculty to represent her school in the Louisville Girls Leadership Summit. She is a member of SADD (Students Against Drunk Driving) and planned events including SADD Day and Red Ribbon Week. She is a member of Pep Club and has served as a student ambassador for visiting students and parents. Earlier in her high school career, she participated in cultural awareness, served in the Student Senate and performed in the school play, The Laramie Project. Klein played field hockey and lacrosse throughout high school, including both junior varsity and varsity teams. In her senior year, she made the Kentucky Field Hockey Select Second Team and played on the District All-Tournament Team, and in lacrosse, she made the All-State team her junior year. During her freshman and sophomore years, she was on the varsity swim team, and in 10th grade, she was on the varsity cross country team. In the general community, she helped with the Gilda's Club Camp and participated in several mitzvah projects, including BBYO's Community Service Days. She encourages other teens to "get active in the community and take advantage of every opportunity so you can become a leader."

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