Rachel Howland of Milwaukee is dedicated to helping others. Although she is a Milwaukee, Wisconsin native, she currently lives and works in the Chicago, Illinois area as an Occupational Therapist for adults and children with developmental disabilities. She thoroughly enjoys her current position because not only does she derive the satisfaction that comes from helping those in need, but she also has the freedom of an independent contractor. Due to the fact that she is independent, Rachel Howland is able to travel and work wherever she feels called. Although she mainly works from her current home town of Chicago, she has worked all over the United States of American including New Mexico, New York, and Colorado. As an Occupational Therapist for adults with developmental disabilities, she is responsible for essentially making the lives of these people a little bit easier. She helps them reach occupational goals, and even develop strategies that make their days more convenient for them to handle. Her work reflects her personal outlook on the world around her; help those who cannot help themselves.
Rachel Howland of Milwaukee strives to make a difference in peoples’ lives one person at a time. She is not only an Occupational Therapist for adults and children with developmental disabilities, but she is also an advocate for civil rights within the gay lesbian, transgender, and bisexual community. She regularly volunteers for Lambda Legal, which is an organization that provides a legal voice for the lesbian, transgender, gay, and bisexual community all around the country. Rachel Howland of Milwaukee also enjoys supporting About Face Theatre, which is a fine arts group that created a niche for the lesbian, gay, transgender, and bisexual community of Chicago, Illinois.