Rachel See serves as EEOC Commissioner Keith Sonderling’s Senior Counsel for AI and Algorithmic Bias. She works with Commissioner Sonderling to emphasize the applicability of the EEOC’s role in the growing field of AI and machine learning. Rachel previously served as the EEOC’s Acting Executive Officer and as a Special Assistant to the Chair. As the EEOC’s Assistant General Counsel for Technology from 2017-2019, Rachel managed the Commission’s use of technology in its nationwide litigation program. From 2011-2016, Rachel was the Branch Chief, E-Litigation, at the National Labor Relations Board, where, in addition to representing the Agency in its response to complex Congressional oversight requests, Rachel was the lead architect behind the NLRB General Counsel’s eDiscovery program. Before entering government service, Rachel was a partner at Williams Mullen in Richmond, Virginia, and an associate at Seyfarth Shaw in Chicago. Rachel received her undergraduate degree from Yale University and her law degree from the Duke University School of Law. She is admitted to practice law in Ohio. An accomplished classical musician, she regularly performs with the Symphony of the Potomac in Silver Spring, Maryland, the Washington Metropolitan Gamer Symphony Orchestra, and other ensembles in the Washington DC metropolitan area.
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