Rachel Reddick

Rachel Reddick is an accomplished attorney and leader in her field. She served over a decade in the U.S. Navy, where she was awarded for her service while deployed on a humanitarian mission in the Pacific Islands, and for her courtroom advocacy and expertise. During her career in the military, she litigated at the trial and appellate level. She also served as general counsel to commanding officers both onshore and at sea. During her final tour in the Navy, Rachel served as the managing defense attorney for one of the five 9/11 conspirators being held and tried before the Military Commissions at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.  In her role, Rachel led a team of over twenty attorneys and support staff working on one of the highest profile criminal cases in U.S. history.  Following her service in the Navy, Rachel served in the U.S. Congress for a Congressperson sitting on the Oversight and Investigations subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee, where she assisted in several high-profile Congressional investigations. Rachel currently serves as an attorney in the Oppenheimer Investigations Group, where she oversees  high profile workplace investigations for private employers and public institutions.  She also serves on the Boards of the Monterey County Rape Crisis Center and Monterey County Women Lawyers Association.