Director of Strategic Communication
Rebecca grew up in central New Jersey near Rutgers University, where her parents met. After encountering classical education through twelve years of homeschooling, and seeing an advertisement for The King’s College in WORLD Magazine, she enrolled in The King’s College and graduated as valedictorian in 2015 with a B.A. in Media, Culture, and the Arts.
In 2013-14, Rebecca was an Honors Fellow with the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. At King’s, she tutored for writing courses with Professor Lynda Kong and was the primary copyeditor for Dr. Anthony Bradley’s Black Scholars in White Space (Pickwick, 2015). She also assisted Dr. Dru Johnson in proofreading Knowledge by Ritual: A Biblical Prolegomenon to Sacramental Theology (Eisenbrauns, 2016) and Scripture’s Knowing: A Companion to Biblical Epistemology (Cascade, 2015). Rebecca wrote the winning entry for Academic Writing during Interregnum in 2014, and, along with a fellow member of the House of ten Boom, won first place in Interregnum Debate in 2015.
Rebecca is a member of Emmanuel Anglican Church and enjoys sketching, entertaining friends in her home, and seeking the Lord with her husband Michael and daughter Frances.
Time at King's: February 2017 to Present
B.A. Media, Culture, and the Arts
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