As a strategic communications veteran, she has helmed winning political campaigns, overseen public affairs for a federal agency with $9 billion budget, and managed Congressional investigations.
Rebecca joined Brunswick from the U.S. Department of Commerce where she served as Director of Public Affairs. During that time, she led the communications strategy for Trump administration priorities on trade including the national security based 232 tariffs, addition of foreign companies to the Department’s entity list, space commerce, intellectual property protection and the promotion of the country’s economic data. Prior to her role at Commerce, Rebecca managed communications teams at prominent House and Senate Committees for eight years and oversaw a successful Senate campaign in a toss-up state in 2016. Rebecca holds a Top-Secret security clearance and is a graduate of the University of Virginia.