Racheli is married to Benjamin and mother to Eti and Avi. Racheli was born in Tel Aviv's Rothschild Boulevard, which gave her the opportunity to be an integral part of modern Israeli society, alongside her Hassidic Haredi identity, which remains an integral part of who she is. Currently living in Mea Shearim, Racheli is a social entrepreneur and activist in the emerging civil society movement in the ultra-Orthodox sector . She is also engaged in efforts to integrate the greater ultra-Orthodox community into Israeli society, encouraging discussion of responsibility, shared faith, and a deep sense of partnership. Racheli is the founder and director of Movilot, a vocational leadership organization for ultra-Orthodox women. Movilot believes that ultra-Orthodox women can and should take part in the Israeli business, public, and civil sectors in an equal, professional, and productive manner. Racheli also heads the ultra-Orthodox department at the Shacharit Institute whose goal is to create new social partnerships in Israel. Rachel served as the CEO of the Meir Panim welfare organization, is one of the founders of Meuravot Coalition for Orthodox women, and is leading a movement that calls for the representation of women in Haredi politics. Rachel has a B.A. in communications and sociology from the Open University and is studying for an M.A. on Israel and contemporary Jewry at Haifa University. She mentors young activists from the Haredi sector, serves as an advisor for social entrepreneurial projects, and writes opinion columns for a variety of newspapers.