Originally from Southern California, outside of LA, Rebecca has lived in at least 5 other states since high school, 6 if you count Northern California, and two other countries. She has earned a bachelors from Princeton University, and a PhD in Psychology and an MBA from Brigham Young University. Rebecca started her own non-profit, Zaytoon International, that brought international students to the Kingdom of Jordan, to help build the economic environment. She also worked for multiple years as a mental health counselor and professor at BYU and BYU-Hawaii.
Rebecca holds a bachelor’s in psychology from Princeton University and an MBA and PhD in Psychology from Brigham Young University. Rebecca has a deep skillset in psychotherapy, group counseling, personality assessment, and individual and team development. She has spent the past few years partnering with leaders in multinational companies in financial services and technology firms.
Rebecca is a business strategist who specializes in providing development opportunities to strategically close the gap between where your employees are today and where your business needs to be. In her career, she has coached leaders and built people solutions to upskill organizations from the Fortune 1000 to the NFL to the startup community. The rate of change for most industries continues to accelerate driving the critical need to build teams that can adapt to market pressures. She has a strong track record in innovating and pushing forward cost-effective methods to support companies of all sizes by identifying strategic partners and designing content that can support the next stage of business growth.
Her corporate career has included time in financial services at Citigroup in NYC, technology at AdRoll in SF, and healthcare at McKesson in Dallas. She has consulted with executives and companies to increase performance and grow leaders. She is certified in the Hogan, Zenger Folkman, Core Strengths, and Franklin Covey. Rebecca currently lives in the DFW area with her dog, Otis, learning how to scuba dive, watching massive amounts of TV, and traveling as much as possible.