Rachel Hall, BA, MA
Rachel Hall is an important member of the Warburton Capital team. Overseeing projects that migrate WCM into the digital age, she assists with many projects including the conversion of our office to ‘paperless’ by scanning documents to ensure all clients’ information is secure and easily available in order to serve them in an efficient and helpful manner.
Her attention to detail is a strength that enables Warburton to serve clients at a high level. Rachel contributes to a warm and friendly office atmosphere and supplies insights into the efficient management of our office.
Rachel holds a Master of Arts in Church Music from Oral Roberts University and a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Hendrix College in Conway, AR. Currently she is the Minister of Music at First Jenks UMC. She is also an adjunct professor at Oral Roberts University teaching on campus a General Education course on Whole Person Education. This course teaches incoming students about how to become leaders who have a worldview of serving others along with key components of time management and study skills.
Additionally, Rachel is an adjunct professor of humanities courses for online students. She teaches Ancient and Medieval Humanities, Renaissance and Enlightenment Humanities, and Romantic and Modern Humanities.
Rachel is married to Mark Hall, and they have two wonderful children. They are the proud grandparents to two delightful grandchildren.