Rebecca Cooper. Making A Difference With Childhelp.org
Rebecca Cooper has been named to the newly created role of National Spokesperson & Vice President of Public Affairs for Childhelp, one of the nation’s largest non-profit organizations dedicated to the treatment and prevention of child abuse.
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Founded in 1959, Childhelp is embarking on its 60th year helping children and families with services across the United States, including residential living communities, treatment centers and the national child abuse hotline 1-800-4-A-CHILD.
Named by the Washington Business Journal to its inaugural “Power 100” list of the most influential people in Washington, Maryland and Virginia, Rebecca Cooper has spent three decades in senior positions in media, business and government in the nation’s capital.
The creator and longtime anchor of the weekly Sunday news show “Washington Business Report,” Rebecca became the founder and CEO of consulting firm Capital Insights LLC in 2015 and joined the faculty at American University, serving a two-year term as an Executive-in-Residence at the Kogod School of Business and professor at AU’s School of Communications.
The winner of several top journalism awards, Rebecca has worked for NBC News, ABC News and CNN as a producer and reporter and ABC7 News/WJLA in Washington, DC as a reporter and anchor.
Rebecca also served in the White House and State Department as the Clinton Administration’s Chief of Staff to US Ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson and in the U.S. Senate as a senior legislative assistant to Sen. David L. Boren (D-OK), handling international trade, environment, education and health care issues on the Senate Finance Committee.
Rebecca Cooper Dupin is the mother of three sons – Max, Gus & Finn – and one Schnoodle rescue dog. A member of Leadership Greater Washington, Rebecca serves on the board of the University of Oklahoma College of Intl. Studies. A Duke honors graduate, Rebecca also attended the Universite Libre de Bruxelles and American University in Washington
In This Episode
- Connect with Rebecca on Linkedin
- Silence Broken: Moving from a Loss of Innocence to a World of Healing and Love, Sara O’Meara, Yvonne Fedderson
- Trauma-Informed Practices With Children and Adolescents, William Steele