Hi! I'm Rebecca.
I am a problem-solver, business partner, personable communicator,
I believe there is a solution to every problem, in managing with optimism and adaptation, in not just listening but understanding the needs of my clients and employees.
For a detailed overview of my resume and accomplishments in my career, please click here.
Working with PR, social media, content,
I work closely with
Although you are likely here to hire me in a business sense, I really find it invaluable to form strong and lasting relationships with my clients.
Let’s take it way back…
I was a Manager at McDonalds when I was in High School. Something that was quite impressive at the time as I was very young and had absolutely no idea what I was doing. I managed a team of very rambunctious teenagers, who also happened to be some of my best friends. I can’t tell you how hard it is to manage your best friends!
Once I headed off to University, I got an almost full-time job working at the CN Tower, which is that giant tall tower all the pictures of Toronto has right in the middle. I worked in customer service, and went to school in-between for four years.
I graduated with a Bachelors Of Fine Arts with a major in photography and a minor in graphic communications. And then went on to take post-graduate courses in Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship.
After graduation, I continued to work at the CN Tower, but I moved to Edgewalk, which is an extremely terrifying yet completely safe attraction atop the CN Tower. I managed the Imaging Department and worked on editing photos and videos all day. At the same time, I was hired by Klick Inc., a pharmaceutical marketing company to help their CEO with a few small projects, including graphic design and small marketing projects.
All of my experiences have shaped me into the person I am today.
why did you become a remote worker? are you one of those “digital nomads”?
When I was growing up, I was immersed in
I remember playing games on floppy disks, I don’t think CD ROMS were even invented yet and if they were they were not of mass use. I remember watching my Dad I remember when it took two days to download one song.
Of course, there are some pretty great benefits. I hang out with my dog all day, I can work from anywhere in the world, But becoming a successful remote is hard. There are no people around you to talk too, It takes hard work, dedication, prioritization and accountability to create and maintain a successful remote business - something I have done for a few years now.
Am I a digital nomad? No. I do travel pretty frequently, but I have a home base in Toronto. Sometimes I travel to visit/work with my clients, and once in a while I go on vacation, but usually I am at home enjoying Toronto.
I get to meet and work with people all over the world.
I am extremely lucky.