Rachel I. Reiser is the Assistant Dean for the Undergraduate Program at the Boston University Questrom School of Business. Rachel is also the founder and principal of Generationally Speaking; Generationally Speaking provides consultation to companies and other organizations in helping them to consider generational issues and human resources opportunities in the workplace. In a career spanning over 20 years in higher education, Rachel has held positions at several schools working directly with college students, providing her with the opportunity to experience first-hand the changing characteristics of today’s young adult. This, coupled with her own observations, has fostered her professional interest in generational studies. Rachel has researched, written, and presented extensively on the demographics and psychographics of the Millennial Generation, and serves as a consultant to companies and organizations in helping them to consider their work in the age of the Millennial Generation, including topics such as the multi-generational workplace, intergenerational communication, onboarding best practices, and more. Rachel is an active member of several professional organizations, and is the 2006 recipient of the Massachusetts Association for Women in Education Award for Professional Excellence. Her book, Millennials on Board: The Impact of the Rising Generation on the Workplace, was released in February 2010.