Rachael Shah is a multi-award winning digital marketing and project management professional, with a career spanning in-house and agency environments working with clients ranging from SMEs to household names such as the BBC, British Red Cross & The Scout Association.
She is currently a Delivery Manager at Co-Op Digital working on transformational digital innovation for the community sector, and is Deputy President of JCI (Junior Chamber International) Manchester, a chapter global organisation connecting and developing young professionals (18-40), and delivering against the United Nation SDG’s. Rachael also mentors on the One Million Mentors programme which aims to train, recruit and connect a million mentors to a million young people in order to increase youth employability, support social action and help break down social barriers. In 2017 Rachael stood as a parliamentary candidate for the Green Party.
Rachael holds a BA in International Business & Spanish, a Masters degree in International politics, an Institute of Digital Marketing (IDM) Diploma in Digital Marketing, Scrum Alliance certified SCRUM master & PRINCE 2 qualifications. She is currently studying towards her MBA from Manchester Metropolitan University Business School.