Rebecca is a fundraiser and administrator with nearly three decades of experience in the nonprofit sector.

Rebecca’s development work is notable for her holistic and mission-driven approach to fundraising, effective collaborations with program staff and leadership, and her skill in raising funds for programming across the arts, media, education, and social services sectors. In addition, Rebecca has developed materials for S&W to help nonprofits align their fundraising efforts with social justice and anti-racist values.

Prior Experience

Before joining S&W, Rebecca worked in fundraising for several nonprofit organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area, including KQED Public Media, for which she secured institutional support for media education programs, and Community Works West, an organization supporting communities impacted by incarceration.  She also served as Development Director at the Bay Area Video Coalition and Aurora Theatre Company.

Prior to her development work, Rebecca managed arts and education programs for Community Works West, Young Audiences of Northern California, and California Lawyers for the Arts. She is also a professional artist, exhibiting her work nationally and making public art inspired by local ecology. Locally, she has worked with the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Mural Arts.

Client Experience

  • AccessMatters
  • People’s Emergency Center
  • WIN Recovery
  • Arch Street Meeting House Preservation Trust
  • Gesu School
  • Reading Terminal Market


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Painting – Rhode Island School of Design
  • Master’s Degree in Education – San Francisco State University
  • Master’s Degree (candidate) in Fine Arts – University of New Mexico