After Rebecca attended Penn State University, she began her professional career in the fast-paced world of high fashion modeling. She has been featured in various magazines, catalogs, ad campaigns and international magazine covers. In 1999 she joined the Screen Actors Guild, and has been featured in numerous television commercials as well a a music video. She’s lived all over the world, from New York City to Paris, France.
In 2014 Rebecca was approached by the editor of Simply The Best Magazine, out of Boca Raton, FL, and was asked to write a funny column about dating in south Florida. She continued to write bi-monthly for this magazine for seven years. Many of her articles from the magazine can be found on her blog: www.heartcentereduniverse.com.
In 2021, Rebecca got her real estate license in Florida and she entered the real estate industry as a sales associate. She throughly enjoys helping people find homes they love, and knows that this industry is a solid choice because in her own words: “Real estate will never be obsolete. Everyone needs a roof over their head.” She also plans to invest in real estate in the future.
After her son Sammy passed away suddenly in 2019, Rebecca knew she needed to write a memoir of her experience in order to help other people who have lost a loved one. The profound spiritual awakening she had as a result of his death completely changed her life. Rebecca is also involved in the family charity in her son’s name that donates funds and builds buildings for those less fortunate. You can read more about her memoir Transcendence on her website www.authorrebeccajbrock.com.
Rebecca resides in Miami Beach, FL, is working on her second book and has plans to travel the world. Her two adult sons are currently living in Israel.