rachel brehm

director of business development

Known for thinking on her feet and a dynamic personality, Rachel’s skills lie in attention to details and how to tie them into successful marketing and business development strategies. Her appreciation for the design industry stems from watching ideas transform from vision to reality. Her interest in communications and design has led to her current role strengthening dwg.’s relationships and position within the community.

Rachel believes that placemaking is both a policy and a process — it has the ability to shape our communities and culture for the better — and she is excited to be part of a team that shares this ideology. It is through this belief that she continues to advocate for strong urban cores, as represented through her position on the board of the Hemisfair Coalition and past work with Centro San Antonio.

In her spare time, Rachel serves on many of San Antonio’s great organizations and boards including Urban Land Institute, Institute for Leadership in Capital Projects and the Junior League. When not at work or volunteering, she can often be found chasing around her two daughters and Springer Spaniel, cooking healthy gluten free meals, or attempting to keep her vegetable garden alive.


rachel brehm

director of business development

Known for thinking on her feet and a dynamic personality, Rachel’s skills lie in attention to details and how to tie them into successful marketing and business development strategies. Her appreciation for the design industry stems from watching ideas transform from vision to reality. Her interest in communications and design has led to her current role strengthening dwg.’s relationships and position within the community.

Rachel believes that placemaking is both a policy and a process — it has the ability to shape our communities and culture for the better — and she is excited to be part of a team that shares this ideology. It is through this belief that she continues to advocate for strong urban cores, as represented through her position on the board of the Hemisfair Coalition and past work with Centro San Antonio.

In her spare time, Rachel serves on many of San Antonio’s great organizations and boards including Urban Land Institute, Institute for Leadership in Capital Projects and the Junior League. When not at work or volunteering, she can often be found chasing around her two daughters and Springer Spaniel, cooking healthy gluten free meals, or attempting to keep her vegetable garden alive.