Rebecca Irby

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Combining the power and transformational energy of Art & Media with Dynamic Speakers and Facilitated Conversations.

This is where the magic happens! 

Rebecca can help you envision the strategy you need for your group, school, or organization. PEAC Institue, our nonprofit, is in place to help with research and Midheaven.Network, our Broadcaster/Production House, is there to help with all production and media needs.

A few organizations Rebecca has worked with and appeared at:

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is the Founding Partner and Executive Director of PEAC Institute and Co-Founder + CEO of MIDHEAVEN Network. Over the last fifteen years, Rebecca has served as an education and technology consultant on diversity and cultural awareness initiatives with the NJ Department of Education, Rutgers University, the National Liberty Museum, Nagoya University, and many others. Rebecca also sits on an advisory board incorporating social skills training into the core programs of schools around the United States. She recently completed a cross-cultural communications textbook for the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry. Additionally, she created business English communication curricula for some of the world's largest organizations, including the Red Cross, Toyota, and Mitsubishi. When not consulting on education initiatives, she works on social documentaries and charity events. She produced and debuted her first film 'That Day,' the story of a Hiroshima survivor, on August 6, 2013. In March 2015, she organized and rode in a 500km bike and run through the areas affected by the tsunami of 2011. Her last assignment was working as Dean of Special Education for BRICK Peshine Academy in Newark, NJ. With PEAC she has organized, trained, and facilitated youth forums to the NPT PrepCom in 2018, 2019, and 2020 as well as a High-Level forum in conjunction with the New Zealand Foreign Ministry and United Nations. Rebecca has spoken about nuclear abolition and heart-centered leadership at Harvard Law School, the Yale Policy Conference, The PyeongChang Global Peace Forum; the Free Minds Free People Conference; Busan Democracy Forum; and will be at Barger Leadership Institute (BLI) at the University of Michigan in 2021.

Explore her latest work below

Do you need to talk about or have questions on:

  • equity vs equality?
  • what does it mean to be anti-racist?
  • what racism is?
  • what white privilege is?
  • what gender equity?
  • what is an ally?
  • what is a co-conspirator/accomplice?

No matter the question we can help you have these difficult conversations!

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