Mrs. Becca S. is a native Texan, who has home-schooled her children for 14 years. Before home-schooling, she was a Journalist and Public Relations (PR) Director in college sports.
Mrs. Becca graduated with a Journalism
/PR degree from The University of Texas (UT). She spent six years publicizing teams at UT, Long Beach State, and UCLA. She was one of the youngest female Sports Information Directors at a major NCAA Division I University. Her duties included arranging interviews with the media, placing articles in the newspaper and news segments on TV, writing
weekly press releases, designing, writing, and editing
media guides, and writing articles for local and national newspapers and magazines.
One of the highlights of Mrs. Becca's career was working with NBC’s “Today Show,” when they did a story on softball
great Lisa Fernandez, one of the future Olympians that she publicized during their college years. Another career highlight was orchestrating the national PR campaign that helped propel Long Beach State volleyball
player Antoinette White to National Player of the Year honors.
After moving back to Texas, she started her own desktop publishing
firm and worked with a variety of clients in the Austin area. Four years later, Mrs. Becca and her husband moved to Montgomery and started home-schooling their children, because they wanted their kids to have God at the center of their education. In addition to teaching her own children, Mrs. Becca has taught math
, and Bible in area co-ops, tutored math and grammar to many students, and taught music
and motor classes at preschools and churches.
In 2009, Mrs. Becca was named Director of SATCH Homeschool
Volleyball. She handles all of the administrative and publicity duties for the Lady Mavericks, who won their first-ever National Championship last year. In addition to sports and Journalism, Mrs. Becca enjoys music, singing
, and studying British culture.
Mrs. Becca’s passion is to encourage youth to love themselves the way God loves them, and to expect the best out of themselves each and every day.