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Rachel Goldstein

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Rachel Goldstein

Director, Global Programming and Events, Milken Institute
Rachel Goldstein

As a 30-year event producer, curator and strategic consultant, Rachel Goldstein empowers mission-driven companies, non-profit organizations, and extraordinary individuals, impacting social change on a global scale. As a Director of Global Programming and Events, Rachel curates panels with top-tier speakers, including celebrities, global philanthropic leaders, and wellness leaders, to discuss entertainment, mindfulness, climate change, regenerative agriculture, social justice, criminal justice reform, functional medicine, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Six years ago, she created the infamous Wellness Garden in which yoga, meditation, reiki, and aromatherapy are offered to attendees during gatherings. Previously, Rachel founded Agent of Change, a New York City production company that produced over 125 mission-driven events, including festivals, political fundraisers, non-profit benefits, wellness conferences, and gala dinners. Rachel previously worked for Donna Karan's Urban Zen Foundation as Director of Program Development. Rachel was a consulting producer on HBO’s ‘Adrienne: The Story of Adrienne Shelly. While working under prominent Academy Award and Emmy Award Winning filmmakers Barbara Kopple, Marc Levin, and Alex Gibney, she developed expertise in independent and documentary film. Rachel is a co-founder of the annual Dot2Dot Summit, which convenes powerful thought leaders who inspire change while challenging our generation to take action and ownership on global issues. She serves on the board of the Holistic Life Foundation, which offers mindfulness and yoga to inner-city schools, as well as the Marketplace of the Future, which is a Climate Week NYC partner showcasing sustainable products that make renewable energy, regeneration, and social equity a norm.