Rachel Brown was born and raised in Smithers, B.C.  She began curling at the age of 11 and instantly fell in love with the game.  She moved to Edmonton in 2005 for university and continued to pursue her love of curling.  Rachel tried out for the University of Alberta Pandas varsity team and was successful in her pursuit.  She represented the U of A Pandas curling team at 4 CIS National Championships and earned 2 all-star lead awards along the way.  After graduating, Rachel moved into women’s play and threw lead stones for Team Sweeting. In her seven years on Team Sweeting she won 2 provincial titles, 1 Canada Cup, 3 Grand Slams, 1 Continental Cup, and finished runner up at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts twice.  In 2018, Rachel teamed up with Chelsea Carey for the next Olympic Quadrennial. After three months of playing together, they won gold at the Alberta provincials and the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. They represented Canada at the Women’s World Championships in Denmark where they narrowly missed the playoffs with a 6 and 6 record.  After the 2020 Scotties, the team dispanded and Rachel joined Kelsey Rocque for the 2021 season but a 2 years with Rocque, the team parted ways. At the end of the 2023 season, Brown spared for Sarah Wilkes on Team Homan who was on maternity leave. With the team, she played in two Grand Slams, the 2023 Players' Championship and the 2023 Champions Cup. Team Homan won the Champions Cup, giving Brown her fourth Slam title. With the return of Sarah Wilkes in 2024, Rachel stayed with team Homan as the fifth. The team won the 2024 Scotties Tournament of Hearts and represented Team Canada at the 2024 Woman's World Championships in Nova Scotia where they beat Team Switzland in the final to capture the gold metal.