Rachael Millson

I recently moved on from my work as African Partnerships Director for Social Enterprise Academy where, with local partners, I supported social entrepreneurs working for social change across the continent.

I am a scholar of Systems Thinking, having studied with the Schumacher Institute and a Mindfulness Practitioner, taught by the UK-based Mindfulness Association.

Rachael Millson, Cape Town, Scarborough

Rachael is a Master Facilitator, Mentor and Coach. Her interest in environmental activism and social justice began when she was a child and Rachael has spent most of her working life in service of the better world she always dreamed was possible.

Over the past 20 years Rachael has been working with purpose-driven individuals, groups and organisations, supporting and empowering them to show up as their best selves and reach their full potential, contributing in the best ways they can to serving humanity and our ecological home.

Rachael’s work is based on the premise that each of us has unique gifts and talents to offer, a clear purpose that they came here to fulfill, and a foundation of wisdom contained within. Many of us have lost sight of that truth, and Rachael helps people to reconnect with their wholeness, remember their interbeing, and bring forward their soul gifts in order to fulfil their purpose. Rachael is interested in innovative models of how to do things differently, and has an in-depth knowledge of social enterprise.

Rachael was one of the first Trainer of Trainers for Carbon Conversations in the UK, a transformational group process-work dealing with the issues of climate change and ecological breakdown.

Community Outreach Projects Facilitation

Group Process Work

Systems Thinking

Social Enterprise