Rebecca Achurch

Rebecca Achurch


Rebecca is the founder and CEO of Achurch Consulting where she aligns the needs of clients’ business and staff with sound management principles and the right technology and processes to support it.

A significant portion of her experience was formed while building and managing a team of more than fifteen project managers, business analysts, and developers at the American Chemical Society. Her team implemented more than 35 projects and innovative applications across the organization. Rebecca has won innovation awards for business process redevelopment and membership engagement platforms.

In addition to her work as a technologist, Rebecca is a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach (formerly StrengthsFinder). She enjoys consulting with businesses and not-for-profits to maximize the effectiveness of their distributed workforces. Rebecca identifies and focuses on existing team strengths, then works with leaders and team managers on collaborative work strategies. Her approach helps teams excel in the performance-based culture required of the remote workforce.

Rebecca is the co-founder of Association Gurus, a talent hub for association industry consultants. She is also co-founder of Association Women Technology Champions (AWTC) and serves on the ASAE Technology Council. A sought after contributor and speaker, Rebecca has been cited in the Boston Globe, Associations Now, and other publications. She has spoken at industry conferences on numerous topics, including project management, business intelligence, and teambuilding.

Rebecca lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with her husband James and her son William. When not working or on a plane, Rebecca can be found thinking up new ideas while hiking in the North Carolina mountains.

Rebecca earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication at DePauw University.