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Our Founder

ClimaGuard CEO
Rahel Abraham is an experienced engineer and emerging entrepreneur
who turned personal loss into an opportunity to solve a reoccurring problem.
She founded the startup ClimaGuard LLC after losing her car to Hurricane
Harvey flooding in 2017. In the wake of the devastation, she applied her
expertise in project engineering to innovate a solution to the growing
problem of vehicle loss due to major flooding. 
Rahel bootstrapped her business after leaving her full-time job
working as an engineer within the Energy sector in Houston.
Driven by her mission, she dedicated herself full-time to laying the
groundwork to create ClimaGuard’s signature product: a military-grade,
reusable enclosure designed to protect vehicles and other valuable
items from flood damage. 
Rahel aims to build a business that benefits her community by minimizing
financial hardship and environmental waste caused by extreme weather.
Her goal is to create a product priced within
everyone’s reach, ensuring that all people can protect their vehicles
and home goods during extreme weather events. She is proud to be
one of the country’s rising entrepreneurs building a brand as a way
to tackle longstanding disparities and increase the representation of
women of color among America’s changemakers and leaders.



Below are our official logos, photos, and videos available for reference.


In writing, ‘C’ and the ‘G’ are always capitalized
Good: ClimaGuard
Not so good: Climaguard, climaguard, CG









Check all logos, photos, and videos of ClimaGuard for your reference.




Tomlinson: Harvey-inspired entrepreneur offers affordable flood protection for cars


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    Texas woman’s new invention could save your vehicle during the next major storm


    Houston entrepreneur has created a way to protect vehicles from devastating floods



  • Insurance Careers Corner: Q&A with Rahel Abraham, ClimaGuard



    Hurricane survivor launches black-owned, woman-owned business to protect cars from severe weather