Survivor: Millennials vs Gen X – Meet Rachel

Name: Rachel Ako
Age: 37
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA
Occupation: Recruiting Director
Education: University of Nevada-Reno, Bachelor of Arts, English with emphasis in Secondary Education
Tribe: Gen X


Rachel, born in Honolulu, Hawaii, currently lives in LA and is a Recruiting Director for New York Life Insurance Company. She graduated from the University of Nevada-Reno and was a member of the Pi Beta Phi Sorority. She has over a decade of experience in management and sales and has previously worked as a Regional Director for LeTip International. Rachel is also a published author, contributing a chapter to the book, Rise: True stories of triumph in the face of adversity, which became a #1 Amazon best seller. Her story details overcoming the adversity of losing her two sisters under tragic circumstances in 2005. Rachel has also done volunteer work for the Beverly Hills Women’s Club and the Department of Veteran Affairs.

Rachel will compete on Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X airing September 2016.

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  • José Zepeda

    Hope she has good personality and not become someone like Edna in South Pacific.

    • Tammy

      She has an amazing personality, she is a friend of mine and she is a great person, a wonderful kindred spirit and she will do amazing this season, she will aim to outwit, outsmart, and outplay the game of survivor.

      woohoo go girl!!!

  • Ishay

    I would love it if you wrote an article about players who played a season together and then came back for another season together ( enemies or allies) and see how this affected their game (made them a target, gave them an Allie they can trust and etc)