Rachel Kane is a Professor of Practice in the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University where she has been a faculty member since 2023. She instructed the LA Content Studio, focused on building the next generation of innovative, inclusive digital and social content creators.
Rachel completed her B.S. in Digital Audiences at Arizona State University, and has more than 15 years experience as a media and content professional. Her areas of expertise include journalism, entertainment and crisis public relations, content development, physical and post production, screenwriting, and storytelling in various mediums.
She has held positions at the Los Angeles Times, Warner Bros. Television, Paramount, and CBS Interactive. She has worked on PR campaigns for three Academy Award-winning documentary and foreign features. She has developed strategy and content for SAG-AFTRA, NBCUniversal, Niantic, the YMCA, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, and a variety of charitable organizations in the Los Angeles County area. She has a particular interest in sustainability, animal welfare, and food inequality.