Rae is a true leader in using creative expression to nurture self-worth, resilience,
healing, and social change. Rae has helped individuals and teams uncover their
unique talents and passions in order to become confident and effective leaders.
She has a bachelor of Fine Arts from Roosevelt University and a Masters in Urban
Planning from Loyola University. She has been a community activist for over
40 years, and finds ways to balance her artistic side and her desire to improve the
lives of women and children. She is committed to being the change she wants to
see in the world. She is the author of of Art From My Heart and The Creative Activist:
Make the World Better, One Person, One Action at a Time.
An advocate for the National Council of Jewish Women and Jewish Community Abuse
Response Education and Solutions she has been dedicated to improving the lives of
women and children, creating a world where they are loved, safe and respected.
Her personal commitment is to engage, educate and empower a community of one
million creative activists willing to take inspired actions to teach, bridge gaps, ignite
conversations that lead to change.
Rae believes no matter what your dream:
to end poverty and hunger, to eradicate
disease, to promote education or equality,
to heal a relationship with a loved one or
do work that is meaningful, your dreams
and visions matter.