Rebecca Jun

Rebecca served as the Communications Fellow for the Human Trafficking Institute during her year as a Falls Church Fellow, a leadership program for recent college graduates with a special emphasis on faith and vocation. She graduated with honors and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Upon graduating from Michigan, she worked for Young Life, building community among college students. Rebecca is originally from Baltimore, Maryland and currently lives in Northern Virginia.
#InContext: Alice Paul

#InContext: Alice Paul

By: REBECCA JUN Women have cast ballots and contributed to the greater American vision as voters for a century. On August 25, 1920, the 19th...

#InContext: Scott Harrison

#InContext: Scott Harrison

By: REBECCA JUN Today, Americans are fueled by checking off to-do lists and chasing an inbox count to zero. While busy schedules are marked by...

#InContext: Carol Moseley Braun

#InContext: Carol Moseley Braun

By: REBECCA JUN As the first African American female U.S. senator elected in 1993, Carol Moseley Braun worked to define herself as “a symbol of hope...

#InContext: Barack Obama

#InContext: Barack Obama

By: REBECCA JUN On January 4, 2010, President Barack Obama made a Presidential Proclamation, declaring January as National Slavery and Human...

#InContext: King George VI

#InContext: King George VI

By: REBECCA JUN “It’ll all be over by Christmas.” In 1939, the British Empire held onto this mantra until Christmas day actually came. In September,...