Rachel Bauch

Rachel S. Bauch is the head of public relations and communications for the Berggruen Institute, serves as the newly appointed Arts Editor for the Institute's Noema Magazine and as Senior Advisor for Arts & Culture.  As the former head of Finn Partners’ Polskin Arts & Communications Counselors in Los Angeles, Ms. Bauch led communications surrounding the highly anticipated opening of The Broad, a new contemporary museum in downtown Los Angeles designed by architects Diller, Scofidio + Renfro; the reopening of The Getty Villa and the unprecedented launch of the Pacific Standard Time initiatives for the J. Paul Getty Trust; strategic counsel and media relations campaigns for the  LA Natural History Family of Museums seven-year transformation; and science and crisis communications for the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum. Ms. Bauch has held communications and university administration roles at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and the USC Roski School of Art & Design; the USC International Offices in Asia and the USC Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBEAR). She received her undergraduate degree in Politics from the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. where she also studied English Literature and Anthropology and dabbled in politics before earning her graduate degree from the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Journalism.

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Thriving in the New Normal//

Rewilding Our Natural and Cultural Pathways

by Rachel Bauch
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Thriving in the New Normal//

Virtually Yours: Re-imagining the Social Fabric in a Time of Isolation

by Rachel Bauch

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