Rachel Moranis is an American business woman and entrepreneur that is most well-known for being the co-founder and creative director of BriefMe. She is also the founder of Octopus Holdings, and the co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of The Matriarchy.
Moranis received undergraduate degrees in the history of art and architecture, as well as architectural history and criticism from Brown University. She received a graduate degree from Harvard University's Graduate School of Design.
Moranis has worked as an intern at MASS Design Group, and was also a design director at Getaway House Inc.
BriefMe is a company that has created an application to constantly curate news from sources around the world. They have developed an algorithm to locate viral news clips and bits from every news source. They determine a ranking of the clips and and posts with the goal of being unbiased and apolitical.
The company pulls and ranks articles, topics, and categories from Twitter, Facebook, and other social media based on the virality. They typically take from national outlets, local platforms, and more.
Rachel Moranis founded Octopus Holdings in November 2018.
Rachel Moranis co-founded The Matriarchy on June 2018 and served as the companies Chief Creative Officer until November 2018.
From November 2014 to September 2017 (2 years and 11 months), Rachel Moranis served as the design director for Getaway House, an integrated manufacturer and rental service for tiny houses.
BriefMe would later shut down in December 2016.
From January 2015 to July 2015 (7 months), Rachel Moranis served as research assistant at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Rachel Moranis co-founded the news company BriefMe in November 2014 and served as the companies Chief Creative Officer.
Rachel Moranis attended the Harvard University of Graduate School of Design from 2011 to 2014.
From June 2012 to August 2012 (3 months), Rachel Moranis served as an intern at MASS Design Group.
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March 3, 2015
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