Rachel Boesing, a well-known QVC host, is eternally thankful to her family, who, although not being connected by blood, helped her succeed. She made the most of the second chance she was given by her ‘adoptive’ family.

The Minneapolis native is best known for her appearances on Channel 4 News and the 2005 20th Annual Kingdom Day Parade. She keeps her life in order by hosting several QVC shows. She is currently employed by QVC as a program host as of 2018.

Rachel Boesing’s Personal Information: Age, Ethnicity

Rachel Boesing was born on May 17, 1966, as a homeless bi-racial child. She was adopted by a white family at the age of two months and was one of their three children. She is of African-American descent.

The journalist earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brown University in 1988. She also holds a University of Michigan MBA in marketing.

Quick Facts

  • Date of BirthMay 17, 1966
  • Age56 Years, 0 Months
  • NationalityAmerican
  • Birth PlaceMinneapolis, Minnesota
  • ProfessionJournalist
  • Relationship StatusSingle
  • Husband/SpouseNot Known
  • Divorce/SplitNot Yet
  • BoyfriendNot Known
  • GayNo
  • Net WorthNot Disclosed
  • Ethnicity/RaceAfro-American
  • Sister/sOne
  • Brother/sOne
  • CollegeBrown University
  • Height/ How Tall?N/A
  • HairShort
  • Hair ColorBlack
  • Eye ColorBlack
  • LesbianNo
  • Children/KidsNot Yet

Rachel Boesing: From businessperson to QVC host

Rachel had no obligations or difficulties in her life, despite being an adopted child, to follow her job. She began her career as a daily entertainment reporter and weekday weather anchor for KVBC TV in 1997.

In 2003, she joined KNBC in Los Angeles as a weather reporter, marching on the path to greatness. In 2007, the reporter made a career change, leaving reporting to create her own marketing and multimedia consulting firm.

Her business, on the other hand, was a turning point in her career, as her work was enhanced by her communication skills, and solid business skills assisted her in gaining more attention. Finally, Rachel was recognized for her outstanding efforts in her business in 2011 when she was hired as a program host on QVC, the country’s most well-known home shopping network.

Rachel Boesing’s Childhood: How Her Adoptive Family Saved Her Life!

Every day, hundreds of homeless youngsters roam the streets of the world. Only a handful are fortunate enough to find a nice home, while many others will stay homeless for the rest of their lives.

Rachel was one of the fortunate homeless children who was adopted by a caring family. She was adopted by a white family when she was just two months old, according to wiki sources. Despite being adopted and growing up in a very artistic family (her mother is a playwright and her father is a composer), she had all the support she needed from her family and established herself as a journalist.

Rachel happily stated in 2015 on her QVC blogging about her mother:

“Three years later, my mother adopted me—a bi-racial baby—after being motivated by “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.” speech.”

When asked about her relatives, she added,

“In our home, Dr. King’s dream came true. I grew raised in a home where people were judged on the substance of their character rather than their skin color.”

Rachel, 52, has been fortunate with a beautiful family, as she frequently mentions the help she received as a child. Her family had no concerns to her being a bi-racial child, which added a new depth to her existence.

And when it came to the second chance that life handed her, she seized it and made a name for herself.

Does Rachel Boesing have a husband?

Rachel’s outstanding professional career raises many questions about her personal life, particularly her married life and husband.

The journalist, on the other hand, has remained tight-lipped about her personal life. According to wiki sources, she is currently unmarried and presumably single.

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