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Rachel Wenger is an accomplished public affairs leader with more than 15 years of experience executing communications campaigns and strategies in support of business objectives.
Prior to joining Navigator, she worked for a national public affairs firm where she developed and executed advocacy and strategic communications initiatives for clients in the natural resources, culture, social services, health and life sciences sectors across Alberta.
Prior to that, she managed communications and corporate investment for a mid-sized energy producer, supported a national industry association through a leadership transition and national advocacy campaign, and served as a senior advisor for a North American energy services company where she led government and community initiatives, including crisis communications through the 2013 Alberta flood. She was also a senior aide to an Alberta Member of Parliament.
Rachel is bilingual and spent several years in Ottawa where she executed public policy announcements for two federal cabinet ministers at Environment Canada and was part of the communications team that launched the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa in 2005.
She has an Applied Degree of Journalism from Mount Royal University and a Masters of Arts Degree in Organizational Communication from the University of Ottawa. She lives in Calgary, Alberta, with her husband, Scott, and their three children.