Nearing graduation from Canterbury School in Fort Myers, Florida, Rachel Hachero has amassed an impressive amount of academic and service experience in her four years at the secondary education institution. Participating in her school’s Model United Nations (MUN) debate team, Rachel Hachero has attended local MUN conferences, such as the KnightMUN at the University of Central Florida, as well as competitions at Florida Gulf Coast University, and in St. Augustine and Cape Coral. During her junior year of high school, Rachel Hachero earned appointment to the position of Director of Communication for her MUN team and attended the Harvard National MUN. The following year, Hachero won an honorable mention award in her committee at the same competition. Hachero has also traveled to Istanbul, Turkey, for a MUN conference. Recognized for her academic achievements, Rachel Hachero belongs to the National Honor Society at Canterbury School. She has also participated in her school’s Environmental Club and performed community service through various organizations. In her sophomore year, Hachero volunteered at The Shelter for Abused Women & Children in Naples, Florida, which provides protection services and resources to families who experienced domestic violence. More recently, Rachel Hachero has devoted her time and resources toward the protection of animals, walking and socializing dogs for the Gulf Coast Humane Society, and contributing funds to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals efforts. She also belongs to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. As a child, Rachel Hachero took several hiking trips with her mother to the Appalachian Mountains in Virginia and Maryland. Continuing to pursue her affinity for the outdoor activity, she recently spent time hiking in New Mexico and has twice traveled to Costa Rica on backpacking adventures.