Human Rights Legal Consultant at Women Enabled International
Rebecca has over a decade of experience in U.S. and international human rights law, advocacy, education, outreach, engagement, organizing, and network and coalition building. Most recently she was the Director of Engagement at the Human Rights Funders Network (HRFN), where she led the work in supporting a community of +1500 global grantmakers – to connect, learn, and forge collaborations. Prior to joining HRFN, Rebecca was at the US Human Rights Network (USHRN), where she served as the Director of International Accountability, leading USHRN’s international advocacy and government accountability work while coordinating national and grassroots human rights groups. She has also worked with the Center for Constitutional Rights and the Center for International Human Rights at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Rebecca is a former High Court of Botswana Law Clerk and intern at the South African Parliament and Global Rights. She also served as a member of Amnesty International’s Women Human Rights Coordinating Group, where she advised Amnesty in advancing a comprehensive gender justice human rights agenda. Rebecca earned her JD from the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where she was an Urban Morgan Human Rights Fellow and Assistant Managing Editor of Human Rights Quarterly.
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