Rachel McBride

Clean & Equitable Energy

Rachel McBride

About Rachel

Rachel McBride is an 18-year-old senior youth staff member of Partnership for Southern Equity's YES! For Equity program. Rachel graduated from North Clayton High School in Clayton County. She is a community organizer that works in multiple equity spaces, including PSE's racial equity space and the climate equity space. She co-founded of a Clayton County youth council, called the Brighter Future Youth Leadership council that focuses on housing inequities in the Clayton County area, and continues to address community equity issues.

About Partnership for Southern Equity


The Partnership for Southern Equity (PSE) advances policies and institutional actions that promote racial equity and shared prosperity for all in the growth of metropolitan Atlanta and the American South.


Against the backdrop of global climate change, “energy equity” translates into the fair distribution of benefits and burdens from energy production and consumption. PSE's Just Energy Initiative advocates for energy equity across the South.

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