Rebecca is a Pacific Northwest native, who grew up in both Southern Oregon and Northern Washington. In 2005, she relocated from Portland, Oregon, to the Puget Sound area, leaving a corporate legal assistant position to begin a career as a commercial property manager. In 2014, she enrolled in college to pursue a paralegal degree and explore Journalism. She wrote for the college newspaper and worked as a newspaper photographer, while continuing two of her own blogs, focused on opinion and the challenge of running.
In 2016, she graduated with both a Paralegal and Associates Degree, and returned to the legal field. She began working for Lingenbrink Law in 2015, while completing college, and working for the Northshore School District as a para-educator, helping special needs students. Rebecca was retained as a full time paralegal at the law firm after graduation and brings with her a strong career experience in contract law, business management, client based customer service, credit and collections, and a genuine focus to help those in need. She manages Lingenbrink’s new client cases from intake through settlement.
Rebecca lives with her family in NW Washington. She shuttles herself between her children’s schedules, who are currently attending college and completing high school. She can often be found on weekends dressed in full Seahawks’ gear, while following her numerous favorite NFL teams during Fall and Winter. She spends time throughout the year pursuing her passion of writing and photography, documenting life.