I’m Rebecca, a Washington, D.C.-based journalist.
I report and write for Washingtonian magazine, the award-winning city magazine of Washington, D.C. I cover a broad range of topics, from business and national politics to arts and culture. I’ve also worked at TIME magazine, where I wrote about style, tech, trending news and business, and Ms. magazine, where I opined on daily news through a feminist lens.
I graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School with a degree in magazine journalism. I also minored in religious studies, and have reported on how religion affects societal thought and action. Though I now work in Washington, I’m a Seattle native, and have lived and reported in Chicago, London, Los Angeles and New York.