Rebecca Weisberg
Executive Director

Rebecca Fried Weisberg joined Don’t Hide It Flaunt It as Executive Director in 2018. Her career in nonprofit management and consulting has spanned a variety of arts and media projects, including the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), the Downtown NYC River to River Festival, National Geographic Television and Film, and the American Song audio drama series. In the arena of cultural diplomacy, Rebecca developed unique public-private partnerships as the first Director of Development for the French Embassy’s Cultural Services division in the United States. A graduate of Wesleyan University with an M.A. in Theater from Hunter College, Rebecca’s hobbies include puppetry, modern dance, and volunteering for local arts education organizations. She lives in NJ with her husband, three children, and too much clutter. According to Rebecca “What makes me, me is spending my early life as a misfit drama kid, in an environment where difference was applauded. I am also the proud parent of a daughter living with Celiac Disease, her invisible difference.”

Sabrina Hall, web designer, bio

Sabrina Hall
Web Designer

Sabrina Hall is a multidisciplinary designer and Interactive art director working at Scholastic Inc. She has a love for storytelling and editorial content. Sabrina’s work includes collaborations in both print and digital, working with groups such as Family Fun Magazine, Parents Magazine, AVON and the AVON 39 digital campaign, and branding campaigns for Randa and the Information Governance Institute. Her desire is to combine her knowledge and expertise in these areas to deliver the best creative products to her clients and their audiences.

Sabrina is also a member of the NY Chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) and is in her 4th year as co-chair of their Mentoring program. She is passionate about advocating for diversity and creating opportunities for high school and college students in the field of design. Sabrina loves coffee, traveling, and reading Murakami novels.

What makes me me is being an introvert and also the proud daughter of a first generation-immigrant. We faced many obstacles growing up in NYC because of it but have still persevered.