Becky graduated from John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio, with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio, with a Master’s in Business Administration. Her career began in insurance as an underwriter. After moving to Williams County in 1995 and raising two sons, she started work as a community volunteer and then in a wide variety of agencies, including Hospice, United Way, and NOCAC (Community Action). In 2023, Becky will start her first term as a volunteer board member for Sarah’s Friends, which provides services for all Williams County residents who have been victims of crime.
Sharing her thoughts, Becky states, “With my position at The Ability Center, I have a job that is less like work and more like living my purpose. I have a passion for advocating for people in my community who are underserved and in need of support to live an independent lifestyle. It is an absolute privilege to help remove barriers to equal opportunity and community inclusion.”
Away from the office, Becky is an advocate for local community members who have been victims of crime and AIM, The Alzheimer’s Impact Movement. She also enjoys reading, gardening, walking, hiking, cooking, and spending time with her husband and two grown children.