Rachel Wulff is the weekend anchor and I-Team Reporter at WDSU. She came to the Crescent City in December 2007.
Since arriving in New Orleans, Rachel has covered everything from the Saints Super Bowl run to corruption probes and hurricanes. She is proudest of the franchise she developed called 'Neighbor or Nuisance' which tracks down homeowners who have abandoned their properties post-Katrina. Mold, rodents and unsafe structures have threatened the quality of life for many who have returned. She helps get the properties cleaned up, renovated or torn down.
Rachel's television career has taken her across the country with stops in Maryland, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Along the way her devotion to community has always been a priority. As a teen, Rachel was awarded the California 4-H Diamond Star, based on public speaking and public service. In New Orleans, Rachel saw the need to not only rebuild the city, but rebuild youth leadership programs. Rachel is currently the leader of the Broadmoor 'Helping Hands' 4-H Club. She has also volunteered for the M-S Society, Save our Cemeteries, the American Cancer Society, Alzheimer's Association, Susan G. Komen Foundation and various humane societies.
Rachel (Pfanner) Wulff earned her masters degree in Broadcast Journalism from American University. She received her undergraduate degree in International Relations from California State University, Chico.
Rachel and her husband have a 2-year-old daughter.
- American University1998
- WDSU NewsAnchor/Reporter, present