About Rebecca Pirwitz
I'm passionate about connecting communities with products and content that inspires them.
My resume includes a decade of programming, marketing, and content positions at MoPop (formerly EMP Museum), Spectrum Dance Theater, the City of Seattle, and Theo Chocolate. I currently hold the position of Content and Community Manager for Imagination International and also work freelance for other rad brands and organizations locally and globally.
Originally from Seattle, Washington, I relocated to Eugene, Oregon in 2016 with my Viking husband and my giant golden retriever, Cosmo Tiberius. I acquired my B.A. from the University of Washington in 2012 and my M.F.A. in Arts Leadership from Seattle University in 2014. My thesis was titled "Leveling Up: What Can Museums Learn from Video Games?" and focused on incorporating interactive elements in traditionally passive experiences to increase engagement and improve audience retention rates.
In addition to loving my work, I enjoy soccer, music (and being one-fourth of double cover band “The Auntie and the Unkies”), pub trivia, leisurely bike rides preferably to breweries or cideries, and adventures at the beach with my dog and husband.