Rachel is the VP of Matching and Director of Registration for Millionaire's Club. As the Director of Registration for Millionaire's Club, she holds the "keys" to the club. As VP of Matching, she is the CEO’s right hand in finding love for the company’s clients. She is also the head of Millionaires Club's Gay Division and works with Patti Stanger on the Millionairess Referral Program.
Born in the Orange County suburb of Tustin, California, Federoff attended Fullerton College where she studied Psychology and Theater. Federoff's ventures range from producing entertainment properties to philanthropy and backing national charities. She is an entrepreneur with a burgeoning business/fashion career along with a TV and film career -- whilst raising her three year old son, Sin Halo Jude Pfaff, with her husband Destin Pfaff. She is also a writer, contributing to numerous nationally syndicated blogs. She's an advocate for anti-bullying and recently conducted a PSA for mylifemypower.org and SFK (Success For Kids.); as well as hosted a celebrity breast cancer event for Bowling For Boobies. She is a partner with Pfaff on the clothing and jewelry line DnR Brands.
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Rachel spills on Allison's competitive streak and ex-Matchbox 20 guitarist Adam Gaynor letting down his guard.
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Take a look behind-the-scenes at Robin's hunk-filled mixer. Has she really changed?
Bye-Bye Bradley, Hello Kitty
Rachel agrees with Bradley on one thing (and one thing only) and spills on Robin Kassner's comeback.