Rebekah Antoine is a servant leader dedicated to the progress and development of her community. Rebekah is a mother of two, a wife, a three times AmeriCorps member, and an alumna of Florida International University (FIU) and Northeastern University (NEU).
She graduated from FIU with a Bachelor's degree in Biology, Psychology, and Interdisciplinary Studies with a minor in Nutrition. She also holds certificates in Women’s Studies & Latin American and Caribbean studies. Rebekah recently received her Master’s degree in Nonprofit Management from NEU. Her academic goals are to obtain her Master’s degree in Public Health and become an OB/GYN.
On top of providing tutoring services, Rebekah is also a Community Birth Worker, Birth Justice Doula, Midwife Assistant, and overall Maternal Health Advocate. She works with Southern Birth Justice Network to provide Doula services and Midwifery Care to underserved communities. She also has her own doula business called One Village: Family Wellness Collective. Her ultimate goal is to expand her doula services with One Village: Family Wellness Collective to open fully equipped family wellness centers and birthing centers in South Florida and Haiti.