Rachel DeAlto helps students develop essential interpersonal skills in order to create healthier relationships, exhibit stronger leadership, and build authentic connections.
- Stress Management
- Get Scary Good: How To Transform Fear into Success Through Connection, Communication, & Courage
Rachel DeAlto, helping students develop essential interpersonal skills.
Getting to know
Rachel is a relationship expert, media personality, and speaker. She is the author of relatable: How to Connect with Anyone Anywhere (Even if It Scares You). You may recognize Rachel from Lifetime’s Married at First Sight or TLC’s Kate+Date, but her relationship expertise spans far beyond the TV screen.
Rachel has also been featured on a multitude of media outlets including The TODAY Show, Good Morning America, CNN/HLN, Access Hollywood Live, The Steve Harvey Show, and Fox News. She has also given three TEDx talks including Being Authentic in a Filtered World which is presently featured on TED.com.
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Learn how to connect with anyone, anywhere with this helpful guide for improving your social skills–from relationship expert and media personality Rachel DeAlto.
We all have the desire to belong, to connect. And in the age of social media, making personal connections has been more challenging than ever.
Millennials and Zoomers tend to have high anxiety at the thought of meeting new people and often fumble during in-person relationships. They struggle to connect, don’t know how to make friends, and subsequently flounder in workplace relationships. Sound familiar? But relationship expert and media personality Rachel DeAlto knows that it doesn’t have to be that way. Everyone can be likable. Everyone can be confident. And anyone can achieve this authentically.
With a fresh, fun, and humorous tone, relatable provides a step-by-step guide that will take you from socially awkward to awesome. You will finally feel more comfortable in social and professional settings so you can let your true character shine as you form lasting, authentic, and meaningful connections with everyone in the room
To help you promote your event with Rachel, CAMPUSPEAK has created promotional templates you can use. In this folder, you will find resources for social media, a promotional poster for printing, and press photos you can use for your event.
Link to Promotional Materials.
Below you will find logistical resources for the day of your event with Rachel.
In-Person Event AV needs (PDF)
Speaking introduction (PDF)
SEE WHAT PEOPLE HAVE TO SAY About Rachel DeAlto!
Working with Rachel was a wonderful experience! She is incredibly smart, warm, and reliable, and truly motivating and inspirational to young people. She is the DREAM speaker!
— Stephanie Dore
TEDx Youth, Hewitt
We loved Rachel and had all positive feedback from our crowd. Multiple students said her message was “exactly what they needed to hear,” so we are glad she was such a good fit. She was super easy to communicate with and gave her 150% efforts to make it to our event despite the inclement weather, which we greatly appreciate. We would love to recommend Rachel to others!
— Caroline Drain
Event Coordinator, Laura Bush Institute for Women's Health at Angelo State
Rachel was an energetic, engaging, organized and knowledgeable presenter who from minute one had the packed house audience interested and entertained. Our attendees could not get enough of her wit and advice. She is amazing!
— Phyllis Peterson
Kappa Alpha Psi, MAC Events’ NJ Women’s Expo
Relationships and connection not only lead to success – they lead to happiness and contentment! We are all hard-wired with a desire to connect to others, yet we’ve never been more disconnected.
A 2014 study on friendship found that one in four people have zero friends. Not a single person they would consider sharing their concerns with. It was one in ten just 20 years ago. A survey of almost 50,000 college students found that 64% felt “very lonely”. Depression and suicide rates are rising in tandem with our decline in socialization.
The impact is affecting the job market as well. 60% of employers say that applicants don’t have the interpersonal skills necessary for jobs.
Social skills. People skills. Connection.
They make us happier and more successful. And it’s time we give them the effort due.
We create a false image through social media, we let our limiting beliefs get in the way of stepping outside of our comfort zone, and we fear rejection. The result? Ineffective leadership, loneliness, and stress.
Whether you are looking to improve your leadership skills, increase your social circle meaningfully, or ace your upcoming interviews, Relatable will prepare you with the updated tools you need to “win friends and influence people”.
As a result of attending the program, students will learn:
- how to become a magnetic leader, friend, and colleague,
- why being yourself isn’t only good enough, it’s your superpower, and
- how to build connections to reduce stress and increase your success
Get Scary Good: How To Transform Fear into Success Through Connection, Communication, & Courage
What if what scares you could be what dares you—to connect with others, step into magnetic self-confidence, and take the risks necessary for growth, success, and happiness?
Spoiler alert: That’s actually not a question.
Fear is biology’s way of holding us in check. It’s our job to make sure it doesn’t also hold us back—or close us off from the connections we need to succeed.
In this keynote, Rachel will show you how to use your fear as a tool for navigating life. We need to take a closer look at fear—its causes and effects, our relationship to it, and how we can use it to take bolder risks.
You’ll learn how to reframe fear as a way to connect with others and make room for courageous moves. You’ll get practical tools to help you identify your fear triggers, develop the kind of strength that makes us unstoppable, and embrace a courageous approach to life.
You’ll walk away with the courage, confidence and clarity to make your dreams come true. Get ready to get scary good!
As a result of attending the program, students will learn:
- An increased emotional intelligence and techniques for connecting in a disconnected world,
- A better understanding of your “social superpower” and how to make it work for you, and
- Practical and practiced tools to turn fear into curiosity and strangers into stronger connections.
The following are past entries Rachel has written for the CAMPUSPEAK Speaker’s Voice Blog