Rachel Greenwald is a renowned dating coach and matchmaker whose book Find a Husband After 35 (Using What I Learned at Harvard Business School) is a New York Times bestseller and is published in 18 languages around the world.
Using classic marketing tactics from the business world, she developed an innovative program for the dating world designed to help women find a wonderful husband quickly and efficiently. Rachel’s new dating book for women of all ages is titled "Have Him At Hello: Confessions from 1,000 Single Guys About What Makes Them Fall in Love... or Never Call Back."
Rachel is a frequent guest on national television, including several appearances on The Today Show, CNN, The Early Show, etc. She has been featured in People Magazine, Fortune Magazine, The New Yorker Magazine, and "O" The Oprah Magazine. Oprah Magazine calls Rachel: "My kind of gutsy girl: all the kick of cheddar on rye minus any trace of baloney!" ...and says, "After two weeks of trying Rachel's strategies, I... am now juggling so many suitors that I've started a man-agement diary." Rachel has appeared on more than 50 other local and national TV shows and radio shows, and has been featured in more than 75 magazines and newspapers around the world, including USA Today and The New York Times.
Rachel starred in a Reality TV dating show in London. Find a Husband After 35 was optioned for movie rights by Paramount Studios. Rachel is the "Love Over 40" online Advice Columnist for More Magazine (Moremagazine.com) and she blogs for The Huffington Post. She is a freelance writer for Match.com, JDate.com, and YourTango, and gives lectures around the world to private groups on numerous topics including “How to Find a Husband,” “Why He Didn’t Call You Back (And What to do About it)”, “Create Your Personal Brand,” and many other topics which can be customized. She teaches training workshops for people who want to become a professional Dating Coach and Matchmaker. She also works as a Matchmaker and Dating Coach with private clients. Rachel has an MBA from Harvard Business School, a B.A. in psychology from Wellesley College, and a M.Ed. degree from Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Prior to becoming an author, she worked in several senior marketing positions in the education, beverage, and jewelry industries. She also ran her own marketing consulting firm with premier clients in the industries of education, law, jewelry, clothing, and market research. Rachel has been happily married for 17 years, and lives in Denver, CO with her husband and three children. Please visit her website for more information: www.rachelgreenwald.com