Like many people, Rebecca has witnessed and experienced the “pain of the world”. She acknowledges both personal and global sociopolitical turmoil not only as an ideological crisis but also as a spiritual crisis. With over three decades of working for the greater good along with in-the-trenches real-life experience – facilitating holistic change, and offering presence, reflective listening, empathy, and basic attendance to people – Rebecca’s view is one of hope and renewal.
As an advocate for growth, education, and communication, Rebecca assists communities, organizations, and individuals to transmute despair, apathy, anger, and overwhelm into empowerment based on choice. Rebecca provides encouragement and healing support to people engaged in transforming our way of life into a more life-sustaining and connected global society.
Together with her business partner – motivational speaker, social theorist on well-being, and author Donna R. Wood – she works to show people how to equip themselves with the inner resources they need to emerge as their best selves into the family, workplace, community, nation, and global society. Donna and Rebecca do speaking engagements, and present webinars, workshops, seminars, and retreats to show people how to take effective actions to achieve meaningful personal change that transforms their experience.
Rebecca earned a B.A. in Sociology from North Dakota State University, and is a member of Alpha Kappa Delta, the international sociological honor society. Recognized as a Human Rights Defender by Amnesty International, she advocates for personal and social change through conscious action. She is a certified mindfulness practitioner, a transformational NLP coach, and a Reiki teacher.
Rebecca is an ordained minister, and officiates weddings whenever she has the opportunity. She is a devoted herb gardener, grateful parent, ardent natural perfumer, terrible fencer, enthusiastic home cook, gemstone aficionado, avid reader, happy wife, amateur opera and jazz singer, passionate writer, spiritual philosopher, essential oil connoisseur, and eager student of quantum physics.
What would your life look like if you chose to be extraordinary?