Rachel Gogos is a serial-entrepreneur with a passion for people, the web and creating strong personal brands. From her career start at United Nations headquarters in New York city – where she helped create the look and feel for the organization’s first website – to her current role, Rachel channels over 15 years of marketing and communications experience into each and every one of brandiD’s clients.
A true Internet pioneer, Rachel was creating business on the web before Google was established as a commercial entity in 1998 and long before the phrase “personal branding” became an industry buzzword. So it’s only natural that today she focuses on working with busy entrepreneurs to better understand their identity so they can build their brand and their companies’ on the web. Learn more about brandiD and building your brand online by visiting Rachel’s column, Digital You, on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.com
She’s held positions at The Wall Street Journal, DowJones.com as well as launched three companies (besides brandiD) of her own.