Welcome to Rachel Wulff’s home page. Here you can get to know a multi-dimensional talent with more than 20 years experience in broadcasting. Rachel is currently a reporter at KOVR-TV in Sacramento, CA. Prior to that she was a weekend host for KXTV-TV. Rachel returned home to Northern California after a decade in New Orleans, Louisiana where she worked as a anchor/reporter at WWL-TV and WDSU-TV. Her career has taken her to television stations in Washington D.C., Maryland, Ohio, Delaware and Pennsylvania. Rachel's work has been seen on ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox News Channel, CNN, and the Weather Channel. She covered a wide variety of stories, from presidential campaigns to high-profile trials, environmental disasters, hurricanes and tornadoes and wildfires. Rachel is comfortable on both sides of the camera. Her educational experience and background have allowed her to find success in producing, audio voice over, commercial work and acting in movies. She is also a licensed real estate agent in California and Louisiana.
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Rachel’s devotion to her job has earned her numerous awards, but it is her dedication to community service which makes her stand out. Rachel has been mentoring young people with the 4-H Program for 25 years. She is a former 4-H Diamond Star (similar to the rank of Eagle Scout). She earned the title as a teen. The award was based on public speaking, project work and community service. Ever since then, Rachel has been making a difference volunteering for various 4-H groups.
Rachel has been instrumental in reviving the Orleans Parish 4-H Program, which all but disappeared after Hurricane Katrina. She has served as Orleans Parish Foundation Board President and helped establish clubs, orchestrated project groups and connected youth with leadership opportunities across the region.
Previously, Rachel worked with a select team of 4-Hers traveling to Bosnia on an exchange program. She headed up a media training workshop that included a seminar on interview skills where 4-Hers were taped on camera and critiqued. Rachel and her husband produced a video for the team that will be used for outreach overseas.
Over the years Rachel has also volunteered for the American Cancer Society, Alzheimer’s Association, Susan G. Komen Foundation, various humane societies, New Orleans and Jefferson Parish Children's Advocacy Center, and Children's Hospital.
You have a college degree, are an expert in your field and have a capable staff, so the business should be pouring in, right? Not necessarily. Knowing your audience and learning how to reach them is essential to success. With more than 15 years television broadcasting and sales experience, Rachel can help your business grow by developing a marketing strategy to deliver your message via TV, radio, print, the web and social media.
Selling yourself can be as simple as a website, where you welcome new business through your own video message or customer testimonial. You can create a mood, inspire action or educate potential customers about your product or business. You can also invite them to return through scheduled webinars.
We all want to be able to communicate better, but what does that mean exactly? After years of presenting on-air and in the community, Rachel has developed strategies to enhance your interpersonal communication skills. Whether it’s writing, public speaking or career coaching, she can teach you how to shine.
Improving yourself takes a little training and a lot of practice. Rachel can design a seminar just for you. Rachel has coached non-profits, real estate professionals and marketing and sales managers, even CEOs. She is comfortable working with large groups or a group of three. She can also meet with clients on a one-to-one basis for a more complete corporate image analysis.
To determine which path is best for you and your business contact Rachel via email.