Rebecca graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honors B.A. in Anthropology and International Development Studies. She spent the summers of her undergraduate years in Hong Kong, where she grew up, working with various non-profits such as Crossroads International and the Hong Kong Refugee Advice Centre (now known as the Justice Centre Hong Kong), as well as with primary aged students in various capacities. After finishing her H.B.A., Rebecca continued on to complete her TESOL certification at the University of Toronto, while also teaching English as a Second Language at a language school and mentoring elementary aged students via one on one tutoring. Upon finishing her certification, she continued to teach English as a second language at the previously mentioned language school and at an international school in Toronto. In the summer of 2016, Rebecca worked as a program assistant at the University of Macau’s Summer English Immersion Program, where she facilitated a language program for pre-university students. In addition to teaching at Capstone, Rebecca is currently completing her M.A. in Language and Literacies Education at OISE/University of Toronto, where her research interests include identity, multi-modality, plurilingualism and social media. At Capstone, Rebecca strives to support students in becoming independent learners so that they may develop their strengths and reach their goals.