Rachel Yellowhair-Morrison

Rachel Yellowhair-Morrison
Rachel was born and raised in NM on the Navajo reservation until she was 14. She then attended a prep school in CT but returned home to NM for college. She met her husband while working at Dion’s and attending UNM. They married in 2014 and welcomed their oldest in 2016. Their youngest arrived in 2021 during the pandemic. Rachel is currently the Community Engagement Coordinator for ABQ Mom, and Head Community Leader of the Community & Conversations Group. She is also a stay-at-home mom and part-time homeschooler. Since entering motherhood in 2016, Rachel's primary passion has been bringing moms together in a safe space.
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