GROUP is a lighthearted podcast about living with mental illness. New episodes are released on the 1st of each month. Rebecca is the show's creator and producer. She co-hosts with science writer Ian Chant and psychotherapist Catherine Drury. GROUP has been highlighted on Fast Company, The Washington Post's "The Lily," and on public radio stations across the country.
Rebecca contributed a segment to Milk Street's "Three-Star Soup Kitchen" episode. Rebecca and the show's host Christopher Kimball discussed her reporting on a unique eating disorder that has nothing to do with body image.
WHY OH WHY
For WHY OH WHY's "Dudes in Bars" episode, Rebecca reported on male reactions to the Women's March in Philadelphia, following the inauguration of President Trump.
WNYC's Only Human
Rebecca spoke with autistic indivudals and their families for Only Human's "In Our Words: Speaking While Autistic" episode.
Barnard College & The Barnard Center for Research on Women, 2013 - 2015
Dare to Use the F-Word tells the stories of today’s feminists through the art, the ideas, the community, and the activism that define them. Rebecca ran the show as a teaching podcast and worked with Barnard students to develop the research, interview, editing, and voicing skills needed to create strong audio stories.
BBOX Radio's Ask Brooklyn
Rebecca produced and edited the community radio show and podcast series featuring conversations with Brooklyn-based experts.
BBC Woman's Hour
Rebecca interviewed Gretel Bergmann, a Jewish woman banned from the 1936 Olympics for this episode of Woman's Hour.
During peak "Fifty Shades" fever, Rebecca reported and produced a feature on some of the uncomfortable conversations that the book inspired.
Rebecca co-produced and edited the Studio 360 "Aha Moment" - Rashid Johnson on Clyfford Still
Rebecca co-produced this Studio 360 "Significant Objects" segment