Above: Raychel Robbins

Raychel Robbins this spring joined the team at Teach for America Metro Atlanta as the director of development.

The Peachtree Corners resident and former Congregation Beth Shalom board member has held positions in the education and nonprofit sectors and has a master’s degree in educational leadership.

As a consultant, she has helped small nonprofits with campaign creation, annual giving, major gifts, corporate relations and partnerships, large event planning, team building, human dynamics, board and leadership development, and strategic planning.

Robbins is a past president of the Atlanta Jewish Music Festival and a volunteer with the Georgia Aquarium. She is married to Peter Scourtis and has three stepchildren, Killian, Nolan and Arden.