Rachel Cali

Senior Account Executive

As a Senior Account Executive at Prosper Strategies, Rachel is responsible for leading many of Prosper Strategies’ key accounts. She was recently at the helm of a rebrand for Chicago’s largest senior services nonprofit, and she’s currently guiding media strategy for a major association in the real estate sector.

Rachel is skilled at developing client strategies and overseeing the team on execution to meet campaign goals. During her time at Prosper, she’s led national media and inbound marketing campaigns for nonprofit and for-profit social impact clients in industries spanning socially conscious e-commerce, urban planning, education and healthcare, always with the goal of delivering triple bottom line results.

Our clients appreciate Rachel’s strategic mindset, attention to detail, and ability to tackle even the toughest of research challenges.

Rachel holds a degree from Northwestern University’s School of Communication, where she could often be found rehearsing with a choir or sewing costumes late into the night. Prior to Prosper Strategies, Rachel was an Account Executive at Resolute Consulting, where she learned the ropes of corporate communications.

Following her time at Resolute, Rachel operated as a freelancer, putting her skills to work for clients ranging from an ethical fashion boutique to a historical novelist. During this time, she also began working with Prosper Strategies as a researcher and copywriter. In 2015, Rachel moved back to Chicago to join the Prosper Strategies team full time. In her spare time, she is an active volunteer with Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE).

In case you were wondering…

Favorite book: Mara, Daughter of the Nile by Eloise Jarvis McGraw

Friday playlist request: Anything upbeat — it’s Friday!


Rachel holds a B.A. in Performance Studies from Northwestern University.

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