Rebecca is the director of design strategy at Perkins Eastman. She is an architectural designer and published environmental psychologist who leads Perkins Eastman’s research efforts. Her background in neuropsychology and architectural studies informs her investigations on how design affects physical and mental well-being in workplace. Rebecca has led several studies that examine how people collaborate, and the importance of individualization in activity-based workplace environments. Rebecca’s research and guidance helps our teams to create meaningful spaces and environments for people to live, work, heal, and play.
Rebecca is a graduate of McGill University in Montreal, Canada with Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Art History. She received her Master’s in Interior Design from the Pratt Institute and a Masters of Architecture from Boston Architectural College.