Rebecca Rodriguez is a communications strategist with expertise in media relations, crisis communications, and government affairs in the non-profit, public, and private sectors. She is a recognized innovator with experience in content development, video production, web design and multi-platform marketing strategies to maximize social media and public engagement.
Her resume includes experience with the City of Arlington as Marketing and Communications manager, where she launched several innovative communication initiatives and platforms, and the Dallas Independent School District, where she served as Chief of Communications. Rebecca joined the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History as VP of Marketing and Community Relations in 2015 and most recently served the U.S. House of Representatives in the office of Congresswoman Kay Granger (Tx-12) as district director.
Rebecca served as a member of Fort Worth’s Cultural District Alliance board and the Visit Fort Worth Advisory Committee and has served in Arlington on various boards and committees. She currently volunteers with Casa Manana, the Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts, and First United Methodist Church of Arlington.
Rebecca received her B.A. in Journalism at Texas State University in San Marcos. Her greatest pleasure is enjoying time with her husband, Bruce and their daughters Nina and Olivia.