Rachel Hammond graduated with a B.A. in Communication Arts from Cornerstone University in 1999. In 2002, she earned her Masters of Management from Aquinas College while working in the banking industry as a corporate trainer and HRD manager. Hammond joins Cornerstone as a full-time professor after several years as an adjunct professor for both the Communications and Business departments. She teaches Principles of Management, Business Communications, Project Management, and other management related courses. She also serves as a co-faculty advisor for Cornerstone’s Enactus team along with Shawn Newhouse.
In her free time, Hammond enjoys spending time with her family, serving at her church, reading, and the occasional urban adventure race. She is one of the editors for Mom Colored Glasses, a website for moms that provides both information and inspiration on a variety of mom-focused topics. As part of her role, Hammond has appeared on Fox 17 News in a special report about blogging as a career and to discuss Cyber Monday and Career Re-Entry Tips for Moms.
Sustaining Employee Engagement: Racing Toward the Future, CFMA Building Profits, March/April 2011