Ohana Homefront Foundation Volunteer Coordinator
Rebecca has been an Army spouse for 13 years but served 10 years before that as a soldier. She has had the chance to see both sides of military life and what the challenges can be for both. Rebecca currently lives in Fort Knox, Kentucky with her husband, their two children, and a new little pup. She is extremely involved within her community and serves as the PTO president of two schools, a den leader for the local cub scouts, and the SFRG leader of her husbands’ unit. She is also a part of a mentorship group where they mentor new military spouses.
Rebecca finished her bachelor's in March of 2021 in Human Resources Leadership. She enjoys anything that has to do with guiding others to be the best they can be and to help get them to where they want to be in life no matter if it is their personal life or work life. In her free time, she is always crafting. She enjoys making new clothes for her children and tumblers for everyone she knows. When the pandemic hit in 2020, she made and donated over 2,000 masks to the soldiers and families on Fort Knox. Rebecca has always gone out of her way to make sure everyone has what they need to succeed.
My Core Values...
Integrity * Respect * Responsibility