Rachel Peacock recently joined the Children’s Advocacy Center of SWFL (CAC) as Director of Development and Community Relations. In this role, Peacock will work to expand the awareness of the agency in the community while also cultivating and maintaining donor relationships.
“We are thrilled to welcome Rachel to the Children’s Advocacy Center. Her experience, knowledge, and relationship-building capabilities in the community complement our dedicated team who strive every day to end child abuse and neglect,” said Julie Boudreaux CAC’s CEO. “Her skills will help expand the awareness of our mission and provide opportunities for education about the numerous services our agency offers.”
Rachel’s background has been deeply embedded in community involvement and fundraising for over 17 years. Rachel comes to the CAC from WGCU in the Development and management of their Corporate Support division for the last six years. Peacock is a lifelong resident of Lee County, and her professional experience prior to WGCU included a career in campaign management for elected officials in both local and state offices.
Since 1981, Children’s Advocacy Center of Southwest Florida, Inc. (CAC) has worked to improve the lives of children and their families through a coordinated response to child abuse and neglect, offering them a safe and friendly environment in which to heal. CAC provides abuse determination services as well as therapeutic counseling, parenting education, and prevention programs in Lee, Hendry, Glades, and Charlotte Counties. All services are provided free of charge. For more information, please call (239) 939-2808 or visit www.cac-swfl.org. CAC is a United Way Partner Agency