YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Founded in 1909, the YWCA Madison:
Rachel Krinsky received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Utah in 1995 and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She began as the YWCA Madison CEO in December 2011. Rachel’s previous work included family and school counseling through Briarpatch, Inc. in Madison and counseling and case management services to people with HIV at the Utah AIDS Foundation in Salt Lake City. Before working for the YWCA Madison, Rachel served as Executive Director of The Road Home Dane County for over 11 years, helping homeless families reach stable housing.
To protect the privacy of our program participants, the YWCA Madison does not release any information, including names or photographs, to third parties without the participant’s prior written authorization
Interviews, Logos, Photos and Contact Information
If you are interested in scheduling an interview with a YWCA staff member or would like to request a photograph or YWCA Madison logo, please contact Kristy Lust, Development & Marketing Associate at 608-257-1436 option 2.