Rebecca KellyG (she/her) is an Equity and Justice facilitator/consultant, interdisciplinary artist, and former civil rights attorney. Her practice is rooted in anti-racism and centers on working with people in creative communities to heal from internalized oppression, decolonize the imagination, generate collective growth, and move culture and institutional practices toward equity. Select speaking appearances include The United State of Women, UC-Berkeley, Lincoln Center Theatre-LCT3, The Broadway Advocacy Coalition, and the Arts Administrators of Color Network. She holds such honors as The Diversity and International Action Council Adjunct Professor Award for Diversity and Inclusion from Wagner College; George N. Lindsay Civil Rights Legal Fellow with The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law; and American University Washington College of Law MBP Catalyst for Change Award. Her work has been included in The Guardian, Rolling Stone, and Elia Alba’s book The Supper Club. She has a J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law and a B.A. in Theatre Performance from Wagner College.