A veteran within her field, Rachel P. Goldstein has twenty years of experience in the non- profit, film, music, political, education, and wellness industries. Uniting her technical and creative talents, in 2010 Rachel founded the dynamic multi-faceted firm Agent of Change, which focuses on producing cause-related events and strategic marketing projects. Working alongside goodwill organizations such as Equality Now, Somaly Mam Foundation, Pencils of Promise, The Blue School, Walkabout Foundation, Bent On Learning and RUSH Philanthropic, Agent of Change strives to advance social consciousness and spark global action. A native New Yorker, Rachel's professional history is as diverse as her network. Prior to founding her company, Rachel served as Director of Program Development with Donna Karan's Urban Zen Foundation where she helped develop and produce 2007's Well-Being Forum, a ten-day multi-speaker health conference featuring Mehmet Oz, MD, Dean Ornish, MD, Mark Hyman, MD, Rodney Yee, Kris Carr, and other wellness leaders. Rachel has also led literary campaigns for some of today's most respected health authorities, including serving as Campaign Manager for Mark Hyman, MD's New York Times best-seller The Blood Sugar Solution, and as a Strategic Consultant for Kris Carr's New York Times best- selling books Crazy Sexy Diet and Crazy Sexy Kitchen. Rachel has also worked with an esteemed group of entertainment figures. She has produced film and television pieces alongside Academy Award winners Barbara Kopple, Alex Gibney, and Emmy Award winner Marc Levin. Rachel has also produced concerts and events for musical heavyweights such as The Roots, Mary J. Blige, Dave Matthews, Eminem, The Black Eyed Peas, Kanye West, and Moby.