Rachel Daeger, CAE, IOM
After earning a bachelor’s degree in journalism and business from Indiana University, Rachel started working with her first association in 1985. Energized by the passion that members have for organizations, she has never left association management.
After joining RGI in 2010, Rachel used her communication and organizational skills to meet her clients strategic objectives regardless of their industry. For example, she redesigned a client’s newsletter from two color publication to a full color publication, which tripled ad revenue while cutting expenses in half. Additionally, on a weekly basis she conducts educational webinars viewed by hundreds of registrants internationally. In 2015 she earned her the Certified Association Executive designation.
Publications is her first love and she believes her super power is the ability to brainstorm content and create magazines when promised articles fail to materialize. Since 1995, she’s assisted the Stutz Club’s with their quarterly magazine. Stutz was an Indianapolis-made luxury automobile. Recently she began helping the Indiana Region of the Classic Car Club with the Hoosier Horn and was awarded the Beverly Rae Kimes Award as outstanding regional editor in 2020.