The Alumni Council is made up amazing people, and alumna Rachel Goble (MACCS '10) is no exception.
Rachel, widely known for her work to end sex trafficking, is one of the council's newest members. A graduate of Westmont College in business administration, Rachel came to Fuller to earn a cross-cultural studies degree with an emphasis on children at risk. She's since used that degree, along with her extensive background in youth ministry and social justice, to become president of The SOLD Project, a nonprofit dedicated to ending child prostitution and trafficking particularly in Thailand.
Rachel and The SOLD Project have been featured in numerous news articles lauding the good work she and the organization are doing. In 2012, she was recognized as a finalist for the Edna Social Justice Award, which honors women leaders in the social justice movement. She also speaks at dozens of events, including the National Prayer Breakfast, and is a contributor to the Huffington Post.
"I'm looking forward to joining the Alumni Council to stay connected to Fuller as well as continue to invest in the school that was so influential in shaping my passion for justice," she says.