Managing Director – Human Risk
Rachel is a uniquely qualified specialist operating at the nexus of the human sciences and business. She is the creator and driver of a pioneering approach to the understanding and mitigation of individual and in turn, organisational Human Risk.
Rachel draws on an evidenced-based understanding of the critical interplay between human factors and economic factors in creating best practices that produce sustainable cultures aligned to the needs of all stakeholders.
The Founding Director of Rachel King – Human Risk, Rachel spent almost 20 years in the financial markets working for Australian, American and European financial institutions both in Sydney and London.
Rachel holds a Master of Brain and Mind Sciences from the University of Sydney’s Brain and Mind Centre, a Master of Education (Educational Psychology) from the University of NSW and a Bachelor’s degree with an Economics and Psychology major. Rachel also has academic qualifications in Positive Psychology, Forensic Psychiatry, Substance Use Disorders and Leadership and Policy in Mental Health.
Rachel is an accredited Mental Health First Aid Instructor, Nationally Accredited Mediator and a member of a number of organisations including the AICD (NFP) and The Ethics Centre.