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Rachel Rosenthal turned her passion for organizing into a business after deciding that being a lawyer was not for her, founding Rachel and Company in 2007. Shortly after, she found out she was expecting identical twin girls! When her life suddenly went from no kids to mommy of two, she had to reorganize everything, and hasn't looked back since. Rachel went from being a JD on Capitol hill to owning her own business as a professional organizer, then to Director of Operations at Style for Hire —  a national personal styling company co-founded by celebrity stylist Stacy London of TLC's "What Not to Wear" —  and finally back to her own business, Rachel and Company.

Rachel helps busy professionals and families create a home that is both functional and beautiful. Her distinct style emphasizes organizing solutions that are intuitive, easy-to-use and enhance a home’s existing aesthetic. Rachel is a TODAY Parenting Contributor and her work and organizing tips have been recognized in the press. Over the past decade, Rachel has earned acclaim as a leader for her her highly innovative firm from clients, brands, and in the media. Rachel has shared her expertise during speaking engagements and through partnerships with family-centered home and lifestyle brands, including The Four Seasons, The Container Store, West Elm, and more. Rachel's foundational but simple philosophy: everything needs a place – one that is intuitive, easy to use daily and sustainable over many years and life changes.


 
It has been liberating to have things organized in a logical, orderly manner, and it all seems easy to maintain. The organization of our household was low-key and common sense-based, underpinned by solid professional expertise and informed by experience.
— Melinda K., Arlington, VA