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Rebecca Fudge is an international consultant, living out her passion of transforming individuals, work groups, schools and school districts. She supports systems thinking, collaborative group development, school and district transformation, and state and federal programs. Rebecca has significant experience in guiding work groups through strategic planning processes, facilitating meetings, navigating tensions and transforming the culture and climate of systems. Her mission is to build capacity within individuals to enhance the organizations in which they work.
Rebecca has more than 20 years of experience in education. She is a certified Training Associate for Adaptive Schools through Thinking Collaborative. Rebecca has served on the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) Title I Committee of Practitioners and as an approved MDE Title I Schoolwide Plan Facilitator. In addition, she is a certified diversity trainer. Prior to her consultant role, she served as Director of Title Funding and School Improvement for Benton Harbor Area Schools and Elementary Teacher for Saint Joseph Public Schools, both in Michigan. She also served as the Executive Director of Calling All Colors, a non-profit children’s diversity program in the Saint Joseph-Benton Harbor community.
Rebecca holds a Master of Arts degree in Socio-Cultural Foundations and Educational Thought from Western Michigan University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Elementary Education from Albion College. She uses her collective work experience and education as she travels the world, impacting lives.