A multinational team with a broad range of skills and experience.
Rebecca joined Atalanta in December 2021 and provides digital and strategic communications support to a range of multinational clients. She is particularly skilled in research, critical analysis, content development, and writing, and enjoys turning complex subject matter into powerful and compelling copy.
Before joining Atalanta, Rebecca worked in the Digital Delivery team at Bright Network, where she helped design and deliver graduate recruitment campaigns to over 50,000 students for leading employers such as Bloomberg, KPMG, and Teach First. It was here that she managed her first client account and gained experience in copywriting, content development, campaign management, and digital analytics.
Rebecca is passionate about gender equality and is particularly interested in the intersections between politics, gender, and social media. She has strong skills in research and critical analysis, which she gained while completing a Master’s degree in Political Communication from the University of Leeds. Rebecca also holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Politics from the University of Exeter, where she was awarded the History and Politics Prize for Best Overall Degree Performance.
Her other academic interests include international communication, journalism, and behavioural public policy. From 2018 to 2019, Rebecca spent a year studying at the University of Sydney, where she was highly commended by the Global Undergraduate Awards for an essay she wrote about the #MeToo movement and the unique communicative power of social movements in the digital age.