Rachelle Law is the executive assistant to the vice president of Entrepreneurship and the chief of staff / director of entrepreneurial communities at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.
Prior to joining the Kauffman Foundation, Law was an adult education substitute teacher in the Independence School District. Earlier, she was a clinic office supervisor at Truman Medical Center, where she provided support for 21 case managers and assisted with event planning, coordination of meetings and presentations, and acted as liaison for the department. She also worked with the Kansas City Royals as a group sales account executive, where she maximized group sales revenue and exceeded $1 million in sales for several consecutive years. Law volunteers at the Rose Brooks Center, is a member of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), and is the founder of How Come How Long: Domestic Violence.
Law earned a Bachelor of Arts in communication studies with a concentration in journalism and mass communication from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.