Rebecca Eiseman assists the research projects and internal evaluation efforts at Pivot Learning. Prior to joining Pivot Learning, she facilitated the fundraising and programmatic efforts for mission-driven organizations such as the California State Parks Foundation, Urban Sprouts, and People’s Community Market. Rebecca has also pursued her passion for health education by supporting the planning and delivery of bilingual nutrition and cooking classes, as well as a summer curriculum for high school students focused on job training, gardening, science, and social justice.
Rebecca is a first-year graduate student in the Master of Public Health program at San Francisco State University. She is also currently a Student Scholar at the Health Equity Institute, where she is examining how schools implement practices such as trauma-informed care and restorative justice. She earned a dual B.A. in Cultural Anthropology and Music Theory from Oberlin College.