Here are some endorsements from Rebecca's clients. Contact information is available upon request.
Rebecca was a great help to me and my repository. She was very generous with her time and advice, worked well with our stakeholders and other people involved with our CAP grant, and sent our final report to us with lots of time to spare before the federal deadline. Her assistance and advice, as well as the detailed and well-designed report, are invaluable to us in implementing our long-term preservation strategy. - University Archivist, Mississippi
Rebecca did a thorough and efficient job of assessing our building and storage environments and gave us a set of concrete short and long term actions that were appropriate for our size and budget. She is pleasant to work with, easy to ask questions of, and filled with creative solutions to library and archival preservation problems. - Associate Library Director, Texas
Rebecca is a top-notch consultant. She knows her field very well and approaches problems and issues with practical solutions. She has been a tremendous help for us! - Tribal Library Director, Oklahoma
I had the pleasure of assisting Rebecca with a series of ten Emergency Preparedness and Response workshops throughout Texas. These workshops drew a wide range of participants—paid staff and volunteers, representatives from museums and libraries of all sizes, seasoned professionals and those who had no experience whatsoever—a real mix. I was most impressed by the way Rebecca was able to tailor each workshop to meet the specific needs and abilities of each workshop group. The feedback we received on the evaluations confirms that Rebecca’s strength lies in helping people identify the most practical actions possible to achieve solutions for their immediate and long-term needs. Attendees regularly commented that they felt newly inspired to tackle what had been an overwhelming task because Rebecca’s step-by-step approach finally made it seem possible and within their reach. State Historical Commission Staff Member, Texas