Rebecca Devine comes from a strong strategic communications background with experience in political, corporate, non-profit and crisis communications. As co-founder and principal of Maven, Rebecca brings a long-term approach to critical client issues.
During her career, Rebecca has helped launch technology and venture capital start-ups, handled crisis communications for the Dixie Chicks, positioned CEOs as industry thought leaders, and successfully developed communications strategies for a number of residential and commercial real estate companies, both in boom times and in bust.
Rebecca is also experienced in crisis/issues management response in areas including criminal investigations, food contamination, corporate mergers and acquisitions and real estate development.
Prior to launching Maven, Rebecca spearheaded numerous crisis, corporate communications and media relations efforts for local and national clients at Tierney Communications, the Mid-Atlantic region's largest communications agency. She began her career at Penn Schoen and Berland, a political consulting and market research firm in New York.
Rebecca is Chair of Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Philadelphia Region and serves on the Board of Roman Catholic High School. She is also on the national Women's Leadership committee for Urban Land Institute. She was named 40 under 40 by the Philadelphia Business Journal in 2017.
Rebecca received a B.A. in Political Science from Brown University.