Rachel Keller is an award-winning anchor and reporter joining Boston 25 Morning News.
Before joining the news team, Rachel worked for WRIC ABC 8News in Richmond, Virginia. She was the weekend morning anchor and a general assignment reporter.
In 2020, Rachel was part of the continuing coverage of the removal of several Confederate monuments following social unrest in the city and the death of George Floyd.
During her time in Richmond, Rachel won a Virginias Associated Press Award and was named one of the best anchors in Virginia and West Virginia.
Prior to her time in Virginia, Rachel worked in Beaumont, Texas as an anchor and reporter at the ABC and NBC affiliate KBMT/KJAC. She covered breaking national news stories like Tropical Storm Imelda and the TPC Group Plant explosion in Port Neches, Texas.
Joining the Boston 25 team is a return to her roots in the Northeast. She grew up in Harleysville, Pennsylvania, a small town right outside of Philadelphia. She is a proud graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Rachel graduated with a B.A in Journalism.
During her time at Temple, she interned for WTXF-TV Fox 29 News Philadelphia and 900 AM WURD, a radio station in the city. She was able to start her media journey at just 19 years old at WURD, where she had a short radio segment.
Rachel is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.
During her spare time, she loves to travel and experience as many places as possible. She is also a big-time foodie! If you have a story that you would like her to tell, send her an email at email@example.com.