Rebecca specializes in comedic editorial writing. Although her professional experience has focused on editing, transcription and academic analysis, her passion lies in light-hearted, train-of-thought writing.
Rebecca was formerly a competitive equestrian, having trained for 10 years in an English saddle. She rode for Sandy Mercer and Lakewood Equestrian Center, and placed in numerous show jumping competitions. Rebecca 'dismounted' after choosing to pursue acting professionally, and after breaking her nose in an intense fall (important footnote: she reset her nose herself, remounted her horse, and completed the jump).
Rebecca completed CSUF's highly competitive actor training program, graduating in a class of eight. CSUF's acting program focused on performance, physical exploration, and critical analysis of both classical and contemporary works.
Rebecca has been a contracted employee for AppleOne Employment Agency since 2008, working as an administrative assistant for companies including Morlin Asset Management, CareMore Medical Group, University of Phoenix, and AppleCare Medical, among others. Generally her assignments involved document organization and filing, and content editing. This experience has given her a strong grasp on corporate expectation and professional editing.
Rebecca moved on to be a freelance writer and editor, working for XAP Inc, where she edited teachers' manuals and textbooks, and Seven Levels Entertainment, where she transcribed audio files for such voice command platforms as Google Voice. She was also commissioned to edit visa application documents for professional musicians. This assignment involved both strict attention to correct verbiage as well as detailed accounting of the artists' Curriculum Vitae.
Rebecca maintains a personal travel blog entitled "roadshow.", where she comments on her travels across the country through the windows of coffee shops. Rebecca has been on the road with numerous touring theatrical productions for upwards of four years now, but has only been a coffee drinker for one year. This newfound passion for the bean has opened up new creative outlets, and offered her and her readers a new appreciation for the world around them.
Rebecca has served as a contributor for Coeurage Theatre Company's blog (www.coeurage.org), documenting her experience as a touring performer.
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