Reporter, Wall Street Journal
Rachel Wolfe is a reporter covering consumer trends in The Wall Street Journal’s Life & Work bureau. Her stories look at the way people spend their money and interact with the economy. She has recently been writing about America's aging water infrastructure and the challenges utilities face to providing affordable and reliable service. From her perch in New Orleans, she's also covered natural disasters and written about crawfish, Mardi Gras and her neighborhood peacock, Mr. P. She's a graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism and edited the Journal's Gear & Gadgets section before becoming a reporter.
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