Rebecca Walldorff, a political consultant, helps businesses achieve their long-term goals by building public consensus about difficult issues and navigating complex matters linked to regulatory rules and government networks. In preparation for her career, she studied at the University of New Hampshire, from which she earned her bachelor of arts in political science and a minor in women’s studies. Continuing her education, Rebecca Walldorff completed the Corporate Leadership Training Program at Georgetown University.
Over the course of her career, Rebecca Walldorff has held positions in both public and private organizations, including that of a senior legislative aide at the Office of Legislative Affairs in the Clinton White House and the executive director of the King Hussein Foundation International. In the former position, she helped craft President Clinton’s foreign policy agenda regarding AIDS funding and other key issues. At the foundation, Walldorff supported the nonprofit by carrying out directives from the board of directors and overseeing operations.
When not working, Walldorff stays active by pursuing outdoor sports like surfing.