Becky joined Doc Wayne in 2011 and serves as the organization’s Deputy Director. Becky works to create, communicate, implement, and sustain key external strategic initiatives for the organization, especially as related to national and global scale of partnerships and through directing The Champions Network. Becky is a former NCAA Division 1 student-athlete and college soccer coach. A licensed mental health clinician, she earned both an EdM and CAGS in Counseling with a sub-concentration in Sports Psychology from Boston University’s Wheelock College of Education and Human Development. As a coach, she holds a National Diploma from United Soccer Coaches.
In 2018, the City of Boston recognized Becky’s dedication to the city’s youth, naming her winner of the Mayor Martin J. Walsh Youth Advocate Award for her “unwavering dedication” to the City’s youth. Soon after, Boston University’s Wheelock College of Education and Human Development named Becky their inaugural Young Alumni Award winner in 2019. Becky was selected as an Upswell Fellow by The Barr Foundation in 2019 and is also an alumna of Boston University’s Institute for Nonprofit Management and Leadership program in the Questrom School of Business. Believing it will empower communities and enhance well-being, Becky is most passionate about translating evidence-based practices into a sports context to make them more engaging and effective.