Rebecca Hamm is an award-winning director who creates content across an array of entertainment platforms. In 2017, Rebecca won a Cilo for her documentary, Beauty Re-defined, which explored the falsification of beauty in advertising and aired on AT&T U-verse/Direct TV. In 2018, Rebecca received an Emmy nomination, Parents Choice Award and Communicator Award for her directing work on a children’s animated series, Storyline Online, a program that promotes global literacy. Rebecca has directed branded content for clients such as AT&T, Radio Flyer, Landec Foods, HBO, Mary Kay and a host of fashion brands. Rebecca has won several Telly Awards, 5 Silver/Platinum NYFF Awards and a “One Award” for her documentary directing work. In 2016, Rebecca founded Native Foreign, an advertising agency that creates content focusing on enriching the lives of women, children and other underserved communities. Rebecca's strength comes from being raised by a single mom in low-income housing and caring for her father an amputee who earned a purple heart for his services in Vietnam.
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