Rebecca Tiell-Krekeler has a Master of Social Work from the University of Denver and is a Licensed Social Worker. Throughout her career she has worked with survivors of rape and sexual assault, domestic violence, human trafficking, child abuse, and intimate partner violence. She worked as an advocate and then as a Case Manager for The Blue Bench- Denver’s only comprehensive rape crisis center. At The Blue Bench, Rebecca worked with survivors of sexual assault providing crisis intervention and long term support and advocacy through the criminal justice system. She has also worked for the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking (LCHT) as the Action Plan Team Lead. At LCHT, she helped to train and educate professionals and community members across the state of Colorado and assist communities in implementing effective strategies for combatting human trafficking. As the END Violence School Specialist, Rebecca provides direct services for survivors and supports schools to build responses to issues of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and intimate partner violence. Rebecca is passionate about social justice advocacy, education, and creating a safer, more equal world for all. In her spare time, she loves being with her family, hanging out with friends, hiking, yoga, and reading.