Rebecca Woitkowski, Esq., is a mother of two young children and a life-long New Hampshire resident. Her passion is advocating to ensure all NH Kids have a bright future.
In her professional role, Rebecca serves as the Kids Count Policy Coordinator for New Futures. In this role, Rebecca convenes and leads all early childhood policy and advocacy efforts. In addition to her role at New Futures, Rebecca is Vice President of Family Support New Hampshire, a coalition of Family Resource Centers and family strengthening programs that share best practices to better provide for Granite State families. She also serves as Chair of the NH Wellness and Primary Prevention Council, created through bipartisan legislative efforts, which exists to facilitate and promote primary prevention and early intervention efforts at the state and local levels. Earlier in her career, she worked in private practice focusing on civil litigation and family law. Her experience working directly with clients led her to seek out policy work to improve the lives of New Hampshire families on a grander scale. Rebecca received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Southern New Hampshire University in 2008 and her Juris Doctor from the University of New Hampshire School of Law in 2011.
In her free time, Rebecca enjoys hiking, skiing and exploring the White Mountains with her family and is tackling New Hampshire’s 48 4,000 footers.