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Inquirer Rachel

How My Journey Toward Change Began

About Inquirer Rachel

Growing up, I used to watch many talk shows with my mother. It was a shared hobby, one I would start pursuing in 2013 when I started writing a program for my first show. Eventually, I officially began in Inquirer Rachel, my human interest talk show, in June 2018, and we had our first taping on September 23, 2018.

This talk show is 5 years in the making as my desire to become a nurse overshadowed my desire to start my own talk show. Now, I am ready to bring my vision of Inquirer Rachel to life.

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My talk show will tackle cerebral topics such as politics, social issues, and sociopolitical injustices as well as lifestyle-oriented subjects including culture, fitness, and entertainment.

My Story



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I was born and raised in Trinidad and moved to the USA when I was 9 years old. Since then, I have lived in New Jersey and New York before now settling down in Connecticut.

I attended Pace University where I graduated with a degree in liberal arts. In addition, I attended the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey where I earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing. I am currently pursuing a master’s degree in nursing education at Aspen University in Denver, Colorado.

I have been a registered nurse for more than 10 years now. I started my nursing career in the psychiatry field where I spent 3 years assisting people with mental health issues by helping them maintain a sense of normalcy. For the next 6 years, I worked in transplant surgery and cared for patients in a post-operative and intensive care setting. Now, I work in the gastroenterology field and continue to work in transplant surgery.

Being a nurse continues to teach me the reality of life. During the course of my career, I have met many people and have taken care of patients that became my source of encouragement and inspiration. Marie, a mental health patient who moved past her personal challenges, always shared a kind word with me, saying I became the light in her day because of how I cared for her.

Through nursing, I learned the importance of caring for people both physically and mentally. My experiences have broadened my boundaries and have opened my eyes to the truth that there is more to life. This is the kind of outlook that I aim to promote in my talk show and impart to my viewers.

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