Topics or areas of expertise that Becky can talk about (even in her sleep):
- Proposal Writing
- Internal Communications
- Marketing Strategy
- Copy Editing
How we know she knows what she's doing:
She's got a bachelor's degree in public relations from Kent State University (cum laude)
And she gained nearly seven years of experience in media relations, Web communications, social media and internal communications from her time at Diebold, Incorporated.
Furthering her professional development, Becca is involved with:
Stark County's young professionals organization
When she's not in the office, you can find her:
Spending time with her husband, Nathan, and daughter, Evangeline
Cooking delicious, yet healthy meals
Baking pies (from scratch) with her husband
Cheering on the Cleveland Indians … and other various minor league baseball teams
Keeping up on current events
Enjoying the adventure of home ownership
Inside The Mind Of...
What does "A Brighter Way" mean to you? I think it means that there is always a better, more effective approach to something— we sometimes just need someone else to show us what that approach is.
What line of "The Rea Way" describes you the best? Maintain integrity in all you do.
Why do you choose to work at Rea & Associates? I choose to work at Rea because of its positive work environment. My dad always told me that when we surround ourselves with people who are good at what they do and who enjoy what they are doing—we ourselves become stronger professionals and better people. Since starting my job with Rea, I can clearly see that Rea exudes this kind of atmosphere. Rea employs talented professionals who are good at what they do, who enjoy what they're doing and who put clients first. And being in this environment naturally encourages me to become a better professional and person.
Just For Fun:
What profession would you choose if you didn't go into marketing? Something investigative, probably a detective or an FBI agent
What was your first job? I was a "papergirl" and delivered The Canton Repository in our neighborhood
What is your most memorable moment at Rea? During my sixth week of work at Rea, I broke my ankle leaving work, while simultaneously setting off the building security alarm. Let's just say that I didn't start out my new job on the right foot … pun intended!