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Rachell is a San Antonio native, and her heart and soul belong to the city. She is paying it forward, while evolving her dream of working with and building the capacity of the non-profits she benefitted from as a child. Her personal passions are mentoring, affordable housing advocacy, economic mobility, youth workforce development and financial literacy. Her expertise includes relationship building, grant administration, strategic collaboratives, fiscal management, and brand marketing.

Currently, she is a Program Manager for the Kronkosky Charitable Foundation. In her role at the Foundation, she advises non-profits and partners with other funders and community stakeholders to strengthen the non-profit community and the services they provide.  Prior to serving in this capacity Rachell retired from Bank of America as a Vice President, Community Relations Manager, where she executed national initiatives through the coordination of marketing and public relations projects in multiple cities. She also accepted a special assignment in support of the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program, serving as an Executive proxy responsible for over 300 full time employees and lead a team of 20 small business consultants.


Rachell is an active community volunteer and has served as a board member of the San Antonio African American Community Archive Museum (SAAACAM) to promote its mission to collect, preserve and share the cultural heritage of African Americans in the San Antonio region. Currently she serves on the San Antonio Advisory Committee for the Local Initiative Support Corporation (LISC).

Ms. Hathaway graduated from St. Phillip’s College with an Associates of Applied Science in Liberal Arts. She attended the University of the Incarnate Word and obtained her Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. In December 2022 Ms. Hathaway completed her Master’s in Public Administration with a certification in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Texas San Antonio. Rachell is a proud mother to three college graduates who frequently volunteered with her in the community.

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