Rebecca is the deputy chief economist and global head of forecasting at Cushman & Wakefield. Her focus spans economics, demographics, financial markets and commercial real estate—both at the macro and micro levels. She has become a strategic internal and external adviser across service lines and regions, connecting research themes to actionable and tactical views on the market. She is certified by the International Institute of Forecasters and is a member of the American Economic Association, the National Association of Business Economists, and the National Economists Club. She is frequently cited in the media, guest lectures at New York University, and serves as an adviser to the New York City Office of Management and Budget and the D.C. Policy Center. Rebecca earned her master’s degree in applied economics from Johns Hopkins University. She has also participated as a mentor in the Liberal Arts Alumni Mentor Program.