Before joining the NYU Wagner community, Becky served as Development and Program Manager at the Fund for Southern Communities, a regional, grassroots-led social justice foundation based in Atlanta, GA. She helped amass resources for the 2007 United States Social Forum as a member of the local host fundraising committee; she was involved with the planning committee for the Funding Exchange Network’s 2008 and 2009 annual conferences; and she presented a workshop and served as a peer leader at the 2008 Making Money Make Change conference.
Before her tenure at the Fund, Becky worked toward building inclusivity and reframing traditional pro-choice politics using a racial and economic justice lens as the executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Georgia.
She served on the boards of directors for SPARK! Reproductive Justice Now, the Feminist Women's Health Center and Georgia Shares. In 2006 participated in Project South's inaugural Building A Movement Institute and was a member of Leadership Atlanta’s LEAD Atlanta program.
Throughout her career she worked with young queer folks as the senior trainer for the Chrysalis Project, a health empowerment workshop for lesbian, bisexual and questioning women from diverse ethnic, racial, class and education-level backgrounds.
Becky graduated from Agnes Scott College in 1997 with a BA in International Relations and Spanish.