Rebecca is co-founder and chief executive of The Mash-Up Americans, a multimedia publisher, creative studio and consulting agency, that explores race, culture and identity in America and what makes us who we are. She has worked for 15 years in media, arts and culture, particularly focusing on the shared cultural experiences that bring people together. As director of business development at New York Public Radio, Rebecca helped transform a leading radio station group into a multi-platform media company by engaging audiences where they live: on their phones, in their communities, and at live events. She earned an MBA at the Yale School of Management and read a lot of Virginia Woolf at Columbia University. You can follow her at @beccale and find her in Los Angeles.
Read a design.blog post related to Rebecca’s business, “Amy S. Choi On Mash-Up America“