Rachel Strobel received her undergraduate degree in Communication and Technology, Arts, and Media (TAM) from the University of Colorado at Boulder with Magna Cum Laude Honors and is currently pursuing her masters in ICTD (Information, Communication, Technology, and Development). Rachel has experience working with counter human trafficking efforts in Mexico City, Mexico from survivors to influential politicians with Fundacion Reintegra. Other international research and work experience includes work with The Commonwealth Telecommunications Organization in London, England. Rachel wants to utilize and cultivate her MS-ICTD studies and international experiences to develop technology solutions for counter human trafficking initiatives. Rachel is the current U.S. Representative for Reintegra and is establishing Reintegra as a 501c3 Non-Profit in the U.S. to collect donations and generate funds for Fundacion Reintegra in Mexico City, Mexico. Locally, Rachel is working as a Project Manager of Jump Into Jobs, an initiative by Workforce Boulder County to develop new technology solutions by youth and for youth in order to help at-risk youth in Boulder County find job training and mentorship resources more readily. Rachel plans to graduate with her masters in December 2013.