Founder & CEO at Posse, Columnist, the New York Times
Rebekah is Founder and CEO of Posse.com, a social search engine launched in 2013 that helps people find and recommend their favourite places and interact with storeowners. Posse is used by 45,000 merchants worldwide and is backed by leaders from Google, Facebook, Twitter and E-Bay.
Prior to Posse, Rebekah founded Scorpio Music, one of Australia's most successful music companies. Scorpio developed the careers of Evermore, George, Lisa Mitchell, Matt Corby and many others.
Rebekah has been instrumental in creating fundraising events such as Make Poverty History in 2006. In 1999 she launched the Levi’s Life Festival, raising awareness of youth suicide. She is Chairperson of Chapel By The Sea (a community organisation that runs a homeless centre, kindergartens and indigenous empowerment projects at Bondi Beach), is a director at Campaign Action, Australia’s first grassroots political training organization, and an advisory board member for Kidpreneur, a non-profit organisation that teaches kids to start businesses.
Rebekah is passionate about entrepreneurship and community building. She writes a weekly column for the New York Times at: http://boss.blogs.nytimes.com/author/rebekah-campbell/
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