Rebecca joined the Foundation in January 2018 as the Donor Management Specialist. She acts as the liaison between the Foundation and the fund representatives. Rebecca has previous experience in the non-profit sector as she worked with the Jackson Area Council on Alcoholism (JACOA) for a year and a half.
Rebecca graduated from Union University in 2015 with a major in Public Relations with a minor in Photojournalism. She served on the Board of Directors for the West Tennessee Continuum of Care, and as a committee member of the Jackson-Madison County Anti-Drug Coalition. She briefly moved to San Diego, California but returned to Jackson in October 2017.
Rebecca recently moved to Historic Downtown Jackson with her Husband, Colton. They adopted a French Bulldog puppy, which they named Sam. In their spare time, they enjoy hunting for Mid-Century pieces of furniture for their new home.
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