Rachel Spacek is a storyteller with a passion for holding those in power accountable, informing the public and telling stories in a way that ensures accessibility to all communities.
Ms. Spacek has worked for a number of newspapers and online publications at a collegiate and professional level. Most recently she worked at the business desk of the Los Angeles Times as a business intern. Ms. Spacek was the news editor of the University of Nevada Reno’s newspaper, the Nevada Sagebrush, where she wrote stories on youth homelessness, campus sexual assault and local politics, to name a few. She covered the Nevada Legislature for both Noticiero Movil, an English/Spanish publication based out of the Reynolds School of Journalism, and the Nevada Sagebrush.
Today Ms. Spacek works as a freelance reporter in northern Nevada for The Nevada Independent and the Reno News and Review.