Aimee Rachel, LMSW
Aimee Rachel, LMSW is a Trauma Informed Care Clinical Coordinator for the Texas Association of Community Health Centers (TACHC). In that role, Mrs. Rachel is responsible for the coordination of the trauma informed care project, curriculum development, and providing training and consultation to health centers on the implementation of trauma informed care. She provides expertise in data collection and aggregation, particularly to ensure health centers are empowered with qualitative and quantitative information about their trauma informed transformation to ultimately improve outcomes for patients and staff. Prior to joining TACHC, Aimee worked to create systems of change and ensure the quality of service, particularly for patients living with HIV as the Senior Ryan White Supervisor for a federally qualified health center. Aimee brings a strong commitment to family, faith, and community service and has received numerous awards for her contributions including those focused-on innovations, social work practice, and inclusivity. Aimee graduated with her Bachelor of Social Work from Texas Woman's University, Texas; has her Master’s Degree in Social Work with a focus on trauma informed care and systems transformation from the University of Buffalo, New York; and is currently enrolled in the Doctorate of Education in Leadership and Organizational Change at Baylor University, Texas. She currently lives in North Texas with her family.