Background and Accomplishments
Rebekah Frimpong is currently a doctoral candidate for the Doctor of Public Health program at Capella University. She received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Pre-Med) with a Life Science Concentration from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). Rebekah was able to do research during her undergraduate studies in biopsychology, behavioral psychology, otolaryngology, and addiction studies. Rebekah served as Editor in Chief of The Vine Student Magazine at VCU, starting as a music critic writer and then leading the MTV Campus Invasion Tour at VCU. Rebekah started a student organization at VCU as well called For the Love of Art (FLA) which she was awarded a leadership grant from VCU. After graduating from VCU, Rebekah completed the Television Producer and Production certification program and linear video editing certificate from the Fairfax Public Access channel. Rebekah most recently received her Masters of Public Health (MPH) degree and a graduate certificate in Epidemiology from Capella University with capstone integrative project for her MPH program focused on mental health in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and Suicide Prevention. She recently has written and published her first children's book called "Solomon's Train The Journey Home" inspired by her own son.