Born in Port-au Prince, Haiti, Rachèle Magloire was raised in Montreal, Quebec where she graduated in Communications in 1987. Back to Haiti the same year, she worked as a reporter for the privately owned Télé Haiti and wrote for Haîti en Marche, a weekly published in Miami. In 1991 she had a brief stunt at Haiti National Television as chief editor and then news director.
From 1991 to 1995, Rachèle Magloire was a stringer for the Montreal dailies La Presse and Le Devoir and collaborated to Le Point, a Radio Canada TV magazine. Since 1995, she directs documentaries within Fanal Productions, an audiovisual production company founded with director of photography and director Carl Lafontant. From January 2002 to January 2004, she worked in The Democratic Republic of Congo for Radio Okapi, a national radio network founded by the UN in collaboration with Fondation Hirondelle for Freedom of Speech. In February 2004, she is back in Haiti and resumes her work as director/producer with Fanal Productions. In addition, she is involved with Sinema Anba Zetwal/ Cinema Under the Stars, a dynamic audiovisual mobile structure that screens movies and social messages to large audiences all over the country. By the end of 2006 she engaged with Chantal Regnault in the direction of Deported, a documentary about Haitian legal immigrants with a criminal record being deported from the US to their homeland. In 2011, Vues D’Afrique, a Montreal based Film Festival, awarded Rachèle and her sister Laurence Magloire, the CIRTEF Prize for services rendered to humanity.