Rolise Rachel was born in Southampton N.Y. where her mother's family had summered for multi-generations. Rolise is half Hopi (American Indian) and Scottish. She was brought up by her Grandmother Isabel Stewart Geddie, an English Professor. She spent a lot of her childhood with Ellen Frankfort, a writer for the Village Voice. Frankfort was a feminist writer and is known for her controversial title "Vaginal Politics". Both women influenced Rachel with their strength, drive and linguistic skills. Rachel has written articles for International Magazine, Social Life Magazine and Curvy Magazine. She is known for the events that she produces in NYC and the Hamptons and the events she covers in the same. She is also known for her articles on Fashion and Travel. True to form, being a product of her upbringing, she continues to educate herself in the languages Hebrew and it's predecessor Phoenician. She also studies European and Ancient History in her spare time. She spends her time between NYC and the Hamptons.