Rebecca has a degree in meteorology (atmospheric physics) and a minor in mathematics from Texas A&M University. A two time Emmy winner, Rebecca has shared her knowledge with students at TAMU by teaching broadcasting to meteorology seniors each spring for the last 14 years. She is proud that many former students have been hired by television stations across the nation, including some in the DFW Metroplex.
In addition to teaching meteorology at A&M, Rebecca also has completed a graduate program in Homeland Security through Texas A&M.
Rebecca's forecasts can be heard on The Wolf 99.5FM weekday mornings 5am until 9am.
With John Krause, Rebecca also co-hosts "Living Natural First", a program about bringing organics and non-chemical options into daily life. You can hear LNF Sundays noon-1pm on WBAP 820AM and 96.7FM.
Rebecca has supported many local organizations including the Red Cross, Southlake's Art in the Square, GRACE, Salvation Army, American Heart Association, American Lung Association, American Cancer Society, The Dallas Zoo, the Humane Society , Operation Kindness and the Fort Worth Zoo.
She was twice awarded "Outstanding Media Personality" by the American Women in Radio and TV, was named "Woman of the Year" by Altrusa of Fort Worth, and was the first recipient of the East Lake Pet Orphanage John LaBella award for her work with animals.
An animal lover, Rebecca has three dogs and a cat, all rescues.