Rachel Gorsky Bombach

Rachel Gorsky Bombach is a policy advisor in Kasowitz’s Government Affairs and Strategic Counsel group.  Rachel has more than 20 years of public policy and national security experience with service in Congress, the National Security Council (NSC), and the Intelligence Community (IC).  She has experience with legislative and executive branch policymaking, congressional appropriations and oversight, and as senior analyst, briefer and leader on high-profile issues.

Prior to joining Kasowitz, Rachel served at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) where she led a team responsible for producing a wide range of intelligence products in support of U.S. foreign policy, national security objectives and operational priorities.

Rachel previously served as Legislative Director for Senator Dianne Feinstein where she drove Senator Feinstein’s legislative agenda, developing and implementing strategy to advance policy priorities and legislative goals, especially in appropriations, national security,  defense and foreign policy.  Prior to that, she served as Senator Feinstein’s Senior Defense and Foreign Policy Adviser, where she provided oversight of Department of Defense programs with particular focus on Navy, Air Force, and Space Force and nuclear weapons programs and non-proliferation regarding Iran, Russia, North Korea and China.  She also drafted and coordinated legislation for inclusion in the annual National Defense Authorization Act, appropriations bills and other legislative vehicles.

Earlier in her career, Rachel served in various roles with the CIA, National Security Council, National Counterterrorism Center, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and National Security Agency (NSA).

Rachel is not an attorney admitted to practice law in any jurisdiction.