Rayne Wolfe’s background includes early roles at The Pacific Stock Exchange, Dean Witter and Hambrecht & Quist, working in trading rooms and marketing roles. Fifteen years working in high level retained executive search led to her first newspaper column, “What Works” in the San Francisco Chronicle and self-syndicated it at many Western publications including The Seattle Times. At age 40, she became a cub reporter at a New York Times regional newspaper in Northern California where she covered business, philanthropy, and teen culture as well as contributing daily stories. While working as a Staff Writer, she also served as a volunteer police chaplain, making death notifications and supporting families suffering loss. Her first book, Toxic Mom Toolkit, was published in 2013. She is at work on her first novel, The Strong Man.