Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design Communications, Philadelphia University
Driven by a love for placemaking and brand strategy, Rebecca has collaborated with clients across a variety of industries, including commercial real estate and associations, to deliver custom graphic solutions and storytelling elements that help bring their mission to life.
As Associate, Art Director at Hickok Cole, she has nearly two decades of experience creating meaningful brands through a combination of signage and wayfinding systems, environmental graphics packages, and specialty exhibit graphics. Most recently, she designed workplace branding and signage for National Association of Broadcasters, Peace Corps Headquarters, and American Gas Association, in addition to comprehensive branding and signage packages for multiple Mid-Atlantic multifamily projects.
During her tenure at Gallagher & Associates, Rebecca designed exhibits for College Football Hall of Fame, The National Archives, The World War II Museum, and United States Holocaust Museum. Her career began at Michael Graves Design Group, where she helped to rebrand Michael Graves Design for Target, develop signage, and wayfinding packages for several international architectural projects as well as packaging for multiple Graves product lines.
In her spare time, Rebecca enjoys hiking in the local Northern Virginia parks, coaching her son’s soccer team or doing just about anything outdoors with her family.