Rachel Caballero is guided by her core values of justice, service, equity and healing. She has 15 years experience focused on the power community based solutions have to help communities flourish. Her commitment to improving the quality of life for communities most impacted by injustice and trauma has led her to years of service as a doula, advocate and nonprofit leader. Her work in reproductive justice and leadership development has been centered in holistic practices and models.
She is proud of her work as the Birth Support Program Director at Mama Sana Vibrant Woman implementing a free birth companion/doula program for Black and Latina mothers to address maternal health outcomes. After years of developing a nonprofit led by women of color, she continues to lead organizations by implementing human-centered approaches for social impact.
She currently serves as the SAFEline Manager at The SAFE Alliance, where she supervises staff on a crisis intervention line who provide tech-based advocacy for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and human trafficking. After working exclusively with women of color and survivors of trauma she was inspired to become a certified Yoga teacher. In 2017, she was awarded the Aspiring Teacher award through the Yoga Alliance Foundation. A native of El Paso, TX Rachel has lived in Austin since 2002.