Rebecca Theodore is an experienced international journalist, professional writer syndicated op-ed columnist and public speaker. A highly driven communicator, Rebecca is powered by purpose and is renowned for her conversationalist brilliance and coruscating writing and speaking abilities.
Rebecca’s passion for public speaking traces back to her early years in her Seventh-Day Adventist Church where she delivered her first speech at 12 years old. From there Rebecca Theodore personifies what it means to ascend above adversity by using criticism as a tool of empowerment.
Rebecca’s abilities as a speaker and writer are celebratory. An award-winning public speaker, Rebecca Theodore sails among word reefs, her prose swells to near poetry at many stages of the journey as she deluges her audience with torrents of eloquence.
Known to vigorously defend and debate her views and opinions, Rebecca Theodore has successfully addressed the Harvard Caribbean Law School Conference, the Discoveries Mining Conference, The Peaceful Caribbean Conference and the Women in Leadership Conference among others.
As an articulate pro-Israel activist, Rebecca Theodore has held notable debates in universities and campuses on the Biblical mandate to support Israel, while platforming the agenda of political parties and social organizations at national conventions and gracing the pulpits of many churches in the US, Canada and the Caribbean in sharing her inspiring message of hope, perseverance and faith in the creator of the universe.
As an international journalist, Rebecca Theodore’s formidable intellectual powers are refreshingly direct, decorating the pages of the LA Times, The Jewish Voice, the Chicago Tribune, The Associated Press, The Baltimore Post Examiner, National Public Radio -NPR, The Nassau Guardian Caribbean News Service, The Cayman Observer, Caribbean News Now, The Root.com, The Freeport News, The Daily Me, The Caribbean Writer, The Washington Pan African, and Nation of Change among others.
Rebecca Theodore’s journalistic and writing credits include the United Nations General Assembly UNGA, The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals UNSDG, The US State Department, The Bloomberg Global Forum, World Economic Forum, Clinton Global Initiative, Concordia International Forum, and the United Against Nuclear Iran.
In combining her liberal arts education with politics, public administration and journalism, Rebecca Theodore has mastered the art of speech writing, thus translating complex economic, political and policy issues into clear messages for the general public, and has been an outspoken advocate for gender equality on a global scale, earning recognition into the Encyclopedia of speakers as a prominent keynote speaker on gender equality and women’s rights.
In addition to authoring numerous op-eds on politics, national security, human rights, climate change and mining, Rebecca Theodore has been recognized as a key person of influence in the field of journalism and professional writing in Women of Distinction magazine in NY and is eager to initiate dialogues around mining’s contribution of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal UNSDG #7 and #9, as Rebecca Theodore believes that mining plays a significant role in the green tech revolution, and is the next energy transition for sustainable development
Rebecca Theodore is the powerful voice behind the upcoming television interviews: Mining, Metals and sustainable development in a post covid global environment.