Rebecca holds a Masters in Museum Studies (University of Toronto) and a BA with joint majors in History and Classics (Memorial University of Newfoundland). She brings to the TSA a background in leadership, event management, and children’s programming that includes being a Sparks Leader and time spent with The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. Rebecca is passionate about inclusion and accessibility, especially regarding readability, accommodating diverse learning styles, and providing equitable access to educational programming to marginalized communities. She hopes to inspire a love of learning in children and students, with the goal of using diverse history, art, and popular culture, along with interactive and community-based programs, to make the GLAM and arts non-profit fields a more welcoming and fun place for families.
Rebecca has been the Programming Assistant with the TSA since the summer of 2022, and works closely with the Programming Director to run all TSA initiatives and programming, manage the TSA’s dedicated volunteer base, and explore new avenues of sharing our love of the built environment with the public.