coaching since Spring 2019
Growing up, running was nothing more than the one or two gym classes a year where Rebecca had to run the mile for the state physical fitness test, and she absolutely hated it. It wasn't until college that Rebecca began running for herself. When she first heard about Title IX Girls she knew she wanted to be involved. Running has been such a great form of self care for Rebecca, between clearing her head and feeling accomplished at putting one foot in front of the other, running has helped Rebecca in so many ways and she wishes she had understood that winning races isn't the only way to be a runner when she was younger. Rebecca is excited to be a Title IX Girls coach so that she can show the girls that all you need to do to be considered a runner is to just get out there and run!
In Rebecca’s professional life, she does marketing and communications for a Boston based non-profit and will be graduating with her MBA from UMass Boston in 2020. Other than school and work, Rebecca spends her time volunteering with a number of local organizations, including a rabbit shelter in Billerica. Rebecca has two pet rabbits, Milo and Marcy, who she absolutely adores and she loves helping other families find their perfect pet.
Rebecca also loves to hike and has a goal of hiking all 48 of the New Hampshire 4,000 footers. On days where she’s not at school, volunteering, or spending time outdoors, you can always find her curled up with a book.