In 2015 Rebecca won the coveted "Many Hats" Golden Betty Award at her artistic home, Theatre of NOTE—a fitting attribute for the girl who calls herself a writer, actor, flower crown maker, and non-profit administrator. 

Rebecca studied at Boston University's College of Fine Arts, earning a BFA in acting, and also at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art where she learned to play make-believe with the best artists on both sides of the pond. She is now an actor and theatre producer in Los Angeles, and makes her home at Theatre of NOTE.

In 2012 Rebecca opened a handmade hair adornments shop called Whimsy Do where she makes fanciful hair accessories for every occasion and has sold them to customers in 14 different countries.

Rebecca has an acute love of office supplies which comes in handy in her work as an administrator. She worked for 8 years as the Program Administrator for The Unusual Suspects Theatre Company, and is currently the Office Manager for Los Angeles Waterkeeper. She's grateful to devote her time to noble causes, that also indulge her love of binder clips. (They have so many functions.)

Rebecca loves her writing hat most of all. It's worn from years of adventure, with violet sequins hanging by threads and leather cords braided around the crown. The hat's brim shields Rebecca's eyes from the crippling doubt that shines down on every writer's desk. This hat leads through magical portals, under the sea, and to the moon. Rebecca wears it to write picture books and so far one middle grade novel. 

Rebecca lives by-the-sea in Southern California with her husband and two very opinionated cats.