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San Jose, CA
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Rebecca has been writing and editing most of her life, earning several writing awards through school and her community since 1998. Rebecca is a current member of San Diego Writers, Ink., and is one of the main contributors of a student newsletter through the MSW@USC program. Rebecca has a great deal of experience with various forms of written communication and expression, including fiction (mainly crime fiction), poetry, legal writing (drafted legal documents through a paralegal program and as a paralegal intern), and so on. In addition to her own writing, Rebecca has provided writing workshops, classes, and one-on-one tutoring, and acted as advisor and editor for a student-run newspaper while working at a non-public, not-for-profit school for children and youth with developmental disabilities. Rebecca currently maintains multiple social media pages on behalf of local social justice groups.


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Rebecca has experience with legal writing for government settings, including sitting Constitution/By-Laws committees for two separate organizations. Rebecca has also written several persuasive pieces for social justice movements and lobbying events. This sample is taken from part of a report utilized in lobbying for the implementation of CA SB124, a bill seeking to restrict the use of solitary confinement on juvenile offenders, and ban its use on those with histories of grave disability or mental illness. Rebecca wrote this report as a founding member of the Juvenile Justice Collaborative in 2015.

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Rebecca has written blogs through various platforms since 2001, with themes ranging from writing technique to therapeutic journal writing, from religion to politics, and so on. After taking a three-year hiatus from blogging after the dismantling of the most recent platform, Rebecca has only recently returned to the blogging scene. This sample was a blog post written and reposted to Facebook after the original blogging platform imploded weeks earlier. The sample comes from a blog post written roughly a week after the 10-year anniversary of 9/11.

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