“As an advocate and educator of history, context is so important to my own learning. I want to know: How has this topic been studied or considered in the past? Why are we thinking about it differently now? Whether it’s through published research, a podcast, or a really robust Twitter thread, I recognize that learning happens in many ways and is often just a jumping off point to what to learn next.”
Rebecca Banks believes that intentional collaboration and community are essential for building and scaling strong, sustainable programs. She brings more than a decade of experience innovating and implementing educational programs in museums, online learning, and nonprofit organizations, including the Newseum and College Summit. Rebecca has an M.A. in public history from Loyola University Chicago and a B.A. in communications from Marymount University. She can be reached at email@example.com.