Rachael F. Goldberg

IPF Atid Washington, DC Chair

Rachael F. Goldberg is a policy expert in gender rights and engagement. After working on a series of campaigns during the pandemic, she is currently taking a career break to help out at her family restaurant, but enjoys remaining engaged in policy through IPF Atid. Rachael is a former member of the Obama Administration, where she served in the Department of Commerce’s White House Liaison Office, and she previously interned for Clinton Global Initiative and at The Obama White House. After leaving federal government, she worked for the DC Health Benefits Exchange and as the Communications & Program Manager at the S. Daniel Abraham Center for Middle East Peace. During her undergraduate studies at the University of Miami, she served on the board for her campus interfaith alliance and helped host an international conference focusing on the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. She received an M.A. in Human Rights Studies from Columbia University and studied at INSS at Tel Aviv University. In addition to her new position as Chair of the DC Steering Committee, Rachael is a member of the IPF Atid Women, Peace, and Security Working Group.