Rebekah is a Research Manager for the Prevention Research Center in St. Louis. Her training as a social scientist in the social work and public health fields established her interest and further experience in research methods/design, program evaluation, and data analysis. Her work in research and evaluation has stretched across several areas and sectors including maternal and child health, mental health and homelessness, cancer screening and prevention, evidence-based public heath, and public media community impact.
Rebekah loves to untangle complex evaluations and data to understand and demonstrate the tangible value of a program or study. She also enjoys helping others plan for and conduct various data analyses.
She received her bachelor of social work from University of Missouri-St. Louis and her dual masters degree in social work and public health from Washington University in St. Louis School, Brown School of Social Work. In her free time, she enjoys playing soccer on her women’s outdoor rec league, biking (especially the Katy), and Girl Scouting as an adult member with her daughter’s troop.