After Rachel graduated from St. Josephs, she went to Queen’s University to study Life Sciences. She graduated with BSc (honors)  with Distinction in 2013. While being enrolled in Queens, Rachel was was part of the Queen’s Choral Ensemble, Queen’s Students for Literacy, and president of Queen’s Alive, the pro-life club on campus. Also she was a student leader in the Newman Chaplaincy community, leading the faith studies year to year with various students from different programs and helping out with their center.

Since Rachel graduated from Queens, Rachel has took her journey to Toronto where she is now studying to get her Doctor of Naturopathy degree.  Being in her final clinical year, she gets to see patients under the supervision of a licensed Naturopathic Doctor. Going to school, getting great grades, helping out around the community, and Rachel also finds time to be part of a chamber choir in the city called Voices, which helps bring her joy to be able just to sing. This coming May Rachel will be graduating, and she is hoping that she will be able to return back to the valley  to practice Naturopathic Medicine. Rachel says ” Toronto is a nice place to spend some time, but there’s no place like home!” St. Josephs is a wonderful school to help enhance both your musical side and your academic side, so with all the musicals and productions that this school has to offer, and our excellent academic perspective, Rachel was always able to find something that caught her eye to get more involved with the school.