Pronouns: She / Her / Hers
Becky George is the Director of Community Engagement for Mission Partners, where she furthers the firm’s educational objective to equip and train mission-driven professionals to have a greater impact in their work. She manages the company’s growing portfolio for education programming, including its signature Mission Forward® gatherings and events, Equity +Design Thinking workshops, trainings, webinars, issue briefs, and impact reports. Prior to her work with Mission Partners, Becky spent thirteen years providing community outreach education in the non-profit sector focused on youth development, women’s rights, reproductive justice and healthcare.
Becky jumped into the career world as an Education Manager for an intimate partner & family violence organization called New Beginning Center in Garland, Texas. In 2009, she moved to the Pacific Northwest to work in the lovely city of Seattle and its surrounding communities. She spent nearly a decade at Planned Parenthood serving first as a Community Outreach Educator and Trainer at Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and the Hawaiian Islands, and later as the Race Equity Initiative Program Manager at Planned Parenthood Federation of America. She is most proud of her work as the co-chair for “Solidarity” – the first ever national convening for staff-of-color in Planned Parenthood’s 100 year history. “Solidarity” has now become institutionalized within the organization and has continued to grow each year. Most recently, Becky was the Project Director for a woman-of-color owned and led consulting firm named Meridian Solutions where she proudly worked with organizations like In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda and Emerge VA.
In all of her work, Becky has prioritized creating transformative trainings, events, and programs that center justice, equity, and growth to model what is possible to create out in the world. Becky is proudly a Texan who is the daughter of immigrants. She graduated from the University of North Texas where she focused in English and Gender/ Women’s Studies.