Rebecca has dedicated her career to ensuring women, pregnant people, and families have access to the full spectrum of reproductive health care. As Executive Director of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts, Rebecca and her team have secured critical legislative victories to safeguard and expand reproductive freedom in the Commonwealth, including the Contraceptive ACCESS Law that expanded birth control coverage in Massachusetts and the NASTY Woman Act that repealed pre-Roe criminal abortion bans in Massachusetts. Prior to joining NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts, Rebecca served as Associate Director of Programs for Provide and the Federal Policy Director at the National Abortion Federation. She held legal fellowships with the Center for Reproductive Rights and the National Congress of American Indians. Rebecca has published two law review articles on violence against Native American women, including an article in the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender and Society entitled “No Exceptions Made: Sexual Assault against Native American Women and the Denial of Reproductive Healthcare Services.” She earned a JD from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, where she was the Senior Publishing Editor of the California Law Review and co-chair of Law Students for Reproductive Justice. Prior to attending law school, Rebecca received a Fulbright Fellowship to examine human rights abuses against indigenous women in Guatemala and worked at Human Rights Watch. She graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a BA in History and Spanish.