Rebecca is a life-long Washingtonian and grew up exploring the lands and waters of the river at her back door, the Potomac. Rebecca currently serves as CBF's Digital Engagement and Social Media Manager and is always looking for the next oppertunity to get CBF to go viral—in the good way.
She has a degree in environemntal geology from the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA. Prior to joining CBF, Rebecca worked in community outreach and communications with both federal environmental agencies and national and local environmental nonprofits.
In her free time, Rebecca enjoys paddling the Bay's many rivers and streams, visiting new places around the globe (and trying all their food), hanging out with her cat, Little Dude, and playing third base for one of her three summer softball leagues.
June 25, 2020
After a nearly three-month pause, oyster restoration is back in both Virginia and Maryland.
March 20, 2020
Help local, small businesses get through this uncertain time while also saving the Bay!
February 24, 2020
Following an elimination of funding to aid Maryland environmental education experiences, students and educators speak out.
February 13, 2020
We asked for your help to name the bald eagle pair that’s taken to nesting near CBF’s Philip Merrill Center. The results are in!
February 11, 2020
These incredible women have a connection to the Chesapeake Bay region and are pioneers in the sciences.
November 27, 2019
You can have your turkey and save the Bay, too. (And pie of course.)
July 26, 2019
After years of hard work, this paddling destination will have federal protection.
July 17, 2019
In honor of World Emoji Day, we’re celebrating the upcoming release of the oyster emoji and all there is to love about this critical Bay critter.
July 12, 2019
After record-breaking rains and flooding across the Chesapeake region, is this the new normal?
June 28, 2019
The Trump administration’s Affordable Clean Energy Plan is another missed opportunity to reduce nitrogen pollution and address sources of pollution that cause climate change.
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