Rebekah is an award-winning journalist working in her native state. She grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas and studied magazine journalism at the University of Missouri School of Journalism. She graduated with her bachelor's in 2016. She worked as a freelance writer before moving back to Little Rock in 2018, where she served as Associate Editor of the Arkansas Times. From February 2020 to November 2021, she worked as the Communications Manager for the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance. She then returned to journalism and currently writes for the Cooperative Extension Service, a part of the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, in addition to her freelance projects.
Rebekah is a creative extrovert who loves conversation, interior design and reality television. Her writing for the Division of Agriculture has appeared in over a dozen regional newspapers throughout Arkansas as well as in the Arkansas Times, the Arkansas Nonprofit News Network, Dwell Magazine, BUST Magazine, Apartment Therapy and Repeller.
Society of Professional Journalists -- Arkansas Pro Chapter
2022 Diamond Journalism Awards winner: Explanatory Reporting in Print/Online for 'Kids feel like they're being erased': Inside the clinic targeted by Arkansas's new anti-trans law
Content Specialist — UADA Cooperative Extension Service
Communications Manager — Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance
Associate Editor — The Arkansas Times