Becca is a millennial multi-hyphenate, whose career extends into many sectors of the theatre industry, including performance, dialect and voice coaching, writing, devising, producing, teaching, consulting, and consent education. Recent projects include the World Premier of "King of Maricopa County" with Playwrights Arena, "Cupid's Corner" with Women's Theatre Festival, producing and presenting the weekly radio show "Flop! Hit Songs From Musical Misfires" on Quarantine FM, and touring the US (pre-COVID) with Speak About It as an Actor Educator. She is a Fellow of Creative Lab Hawaii's 2020 Acting Program.
Becca grew up in the small ranch town of Kamuela, Hawaii and moved to New York City in 2012 to attend Wagner College. She then spent a year in the UK, earning her Masters from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff, Wales. She moved back to NYC in 2017 and has been building her career and experimenting with creative projects ever since.