Rebecca joined nfpSynergy as a Marketing Assistant in 2016. She helped manage our website and social media channels, and also assisted with event organisation and the development of our marketing strategy. After taking part in the Royal Statistical Society Ordinary Certificate in Statistics examinations in 2017, Rebecca joined our Research department and is now part of the Influence Audiences team.
Rebecca graduated from the University of Reading with a degree in English Literature. Upon the completion of her studies, she spent some time traveling in America before writing for an art magazine and blogging about social issues in London.
She maintains a strong interest in the nonprofit sector, having been exposed to the work of NGO’s and charities in Kenya where she grew up. Rebecca is especially passionate about raising awareness about the negative social and environmental impacts of the consumer industry.
In her spare time, Rebecca reads and writes avidly; she also enjoys camping, walking, and making (terrible) artwork.
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