Rebecca is a Program Associate in the Washington, DC office, where she works to support the Foundation’s national Jewish agenda of supporting organizations and initiatives that empower young Jews to embrace the joy of Judaism, build inclusive communities, support the State of Israel, and repair the world.
A graduate of Tulane University, Rebecca earned a BA in Communications and Jewish Studies with a minor in Management. During her undergraduate years she served as the President of Panhellenic, held various leadership roles at Tulane Hillel and interned with organizations in the Greater New Orleans area in healthcare, tech, economic development and Jewish community.
Her love of social service and connection to her Jewish identity stem from meaningful experiences with Hillel and BBYO, as well as a Tulane project she led to build a school for girls in Malawi, Africa. In her spare time, find Rebecca traveling, trying new restaurants, going to concerts, being active, and exploring DC.