Legislative Policy Analyst
Rebecca lobbies the U.S. Congress and Executive Branch on funding and policy around international family planning and reproductive health. Her issue portfolio includes promoting family planning in the context of foreign assistance and development initiatives, including access to these services in emergency and conflict settings, and in situations of gender-based violence. Rebecca holds an undergraduate degree in international relations from Michigan State University and is currently working on a master’s degree at George Washington University, where she is studying international affairs and global health.
- Getting Serious About Adolescent Girls’ Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights
- Addressing Gender-Based Violence is the Responsibility of Everyone in the Development/ Humanitarian Community
- Helms Amendment Abandons Survivors of Sexual Violence in Kenya and Ethiopia
- In Responding to the Nepal Earthquake, Don’t Forget About Women and Girls
- Survivors of ISIS Sexual Violence Deserve Access to Safe and Legal Abortion
- New Law Holds Both Promise and Challenges for Ending Child Marriage in Malawi
- 42 Years After Roe, the Fight for Reproductive Rights Continues Here and Abroad
- Righting the Wrongs of Gender-Based Violence
- Women and War: The Need for Comprehensive Post-Rape Care
- Controlling Women From Beyond the Grave: It’s FrankenHelms!