Rebecca specializes in organizational behavior, people analytics, and culture and is deeply passionate about helping Jewish organizations flourish. Currently, at Clal, she is building an offering centered around supporting Jews in the Workplace in the form of Employee Resource Groups.

Rebecca has worked at IBM, PwC, and most recently, Bridgewater, a hedge fund known for their pioneering workplace culture. She’s led strategic talent projects for Fortune 500 companies to improve the employee experience and elevate the quality of people insights on issues including hybrid work, talent recruitment/retention, and DEI. 

She serves on the Nolita Minyan organizing team, a traditional egalitarian start-up minyan in Brooklyn.

Rebecca has an Organizational Studies and Applied Statistics degree from the University of Michigan. She currently lives in Park Slope, Brooklyn, with her husband, Maor. In her spare time, she plays board games, leads davening, and enjoys long walks in Prospect Park.