Rachel Hart

Senior Editor

All Star Since:
August 2019

Team:
Marketing

Rachel is a Senior Editor and Strategist at All Star.

In her role, she helps curate, create, edit, and shape the content on our websites so users can make good choices while on their educational and career-navigating journey.

Prior to All Star, Rachel was editorial director and VP of Content for Tiger Oak Media, where she was in charge of the editorial operations of the print and digital platforms of award-winning magazines including Seattle magazine, Seattle Business, Seattle Bride, Oregon Bride, and California Wedding Day, Seattle Luxury Living (a lifestyle magazine for Chinese newcomers), and other city magazines and Meetings and Events titles nationwide. Before moving to Seattle in 1997, Rachel worked as features editor and associate publisher at Madison magazine in Madison, Wisconsin. She has also worked in Public Relations and as a freelance content consultant.

Now ready to tackle new storytelling opportunities at All Star, Rachel is excited to help the unique audience of students we serve—mostly adults who are career seekers, career changers, and career advancers—find success in a career that makes them happy and fulfilled. It’s familiar territory: her husband is an education professor; her father is a retired physics professor, and one of her sons is soon-to-be college-bound.

Rachel earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where, she says, the west-facing student union on beautiful Lake Mendota is still unparalleled.

Her favorite part about working at All Star is, “The people, who are great, the atmosphere collegial.”

Rachel is on advisory boards for Historylink.org (annual fundraising lunch), Ballard Boys and Girls Club, among others. She is also very active with her sons’ school in supporting access to the music programs in Seattle Public Schools.

In her spare time, she enjoys keeping up with movies, TV and pop culture, traveling, eating out, entertaining, and exploring our region, saying, “you can take endless day trips in Seattle’s neighborhoods alone!”