Before joining Brunswick, Rebekah was leading employee, leadership and culture programming at Gagen MacDonald, a strategy execution firm. She brings extensive cross-industry expertise from the c-suite to employee levels within Fortune 500 companies. Rebekah also has healthcare experience from nine years at Takeda Pharmaceuticals – across CSR, media relations, mergers & acquisitions and employee engagement programming. During that work, she lived and worked throughout Asia and Europe, and brings a global perspective. Through work at various public relations firms, she worked closely with clients to address the full range of corporate communication challenges, including bankruptcy, leadership transition, crisis and financial transactions.
In addition to her work at Brunswick, Rebekah is a certified professional and executive coach through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching.
On November 1, New York’s new law on greater pay transparency will take effect. As transparency requirements now vary across the United States, many companies are considering how to manage the changes at a city, state and nationwide level. The work requires defensible pay structures, sound performance management practices, clear career pathways, and transparent communication.
By Rebekah Metts-Childers
27 October 2022