Rebecca Smith

Education Coordinator
Flora Stone Mather Center for Women

As the Education Coordinator, Rebecca is responsible for all of the learning and education initiatives of the center, specifically focusing around topics of violence-prevention, healthy relationships, consent, and empowered bystander interventions. What excites Rebecca most about her role is the ability to work with a wide variety of students, staff, faculty, and community members to empower them in their relationships and work toward eradicating violence. 

Rebecca has two Bachelor of Arts degrees from The University of Northern Colorado where she studied English Liberal Arts and Psychology. She also received a minor in Sociology. After her undergraduate career, Rebecca moved from Colorado to Ohio where she attended Bowling Green State University to receive her Masters in College Student Personnel. Prior to joining the center, Rebecca served as a Resident Director at Cleveland State University where she developed a Social Justice Training for Resident Assistants and worked with her colleagues to develop the campuses inaugural First-Year Living Residential Curriculum. In her free time Rebecca enjoys going on walks with her dog Zuko, making cookies, and watching the Browns with her family.