Rebekah is currently a Supervisor in the Work Furlough Program for the Adult Probation Department, and she has previously supervised a Seriously Mentally Ill unit. A graduate of Camden County Community College in Blackwood, New Jersey, Rebekah earned an Associate’s Degree in Human Services. She continued her education at Rutgers University in New Jersey where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology with a minor in Psychology. She subsequently graduated from Northern Arizona University with a Master’s Degree in Education. Rebekah has served the community as a probation officer for more than 21 years, and she has been working as a supervisor since her promotion in 2006. Rebekah has been trained as a Justice Court Mediator and as a Rutgers University Family Community Leadership Trainer. She is a member of the American Probation and Parole Association and a former member of the Maricopa County Human Rights Committee for the Mentally Ill. She is a personal supporter of the 100 Club of Arizona in addition to her collaborative efforts with the 100 Club through her position with AZPOA and CLEAA. Among her many notable contributions to AZPOA, she was a driving force behind the development of the AZPOA Scholarship program, and has been instrumental in its joining forces to offer greater awards through collaboration with the 100 Club and America’s 911 Foundation. In addition to her service on AZPOA’s Executive Board, she also serves on the executive board the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Arizona (CLEAA).