It used to be a big joke that when Rebecca worked for Ron Ben-Israel Cakes, her unofficial job title was Operations, etc... and then it landed on her business card.
Rebecca has been working since she was 12 years old starting off at the local library as a page and helping them plan community events. She has landed at some pretty unique businesses that has helped shape the career she has today: La Jolla Chamber Music Society, Skitch Henderson & the NY Pops at Carnegie Hall, The Portsmouth Music Hall, Partnership for a Drug Free America, The Ensemble Studio Theater, Ron Ben-Israel Cakes, Ed Libby & Co and Floralia Decorators. Now she is head storyteller for her own company RWTNYC.
What Rebecca figured out early on in her career is that she excelled at supporting a creative environment, keeping in mind the artistic integrity of the product/production and being sympathetic to budgets. With this eclectic background, she has been able to foray that experience into creatively using social media for a variety of purposes. She’s not just a "consultant", rather a storyteller using writing and photography with the current social media platforms to tell engaging stories.