Rhea Warren edits blog posts, op-eds, website copy, proposals, regulatory comments and other rapid response content. She also sits on interview panels for potential candidates for the organization, and assists in training new hires.
Before joining the R Street Institute, she worked as an editor and writing instructor for the Urban Health Media Project and as a public health fellow with the National Park Service (NPS). While with the NPS, she managed the Healthy Parks Healthy People Twitter account, developed online content for the Office of Risk Management and collaboratively implemented health programming to encourage more diverse populations to come to parks. In addition, she was one of the video producers and content creators for the NPS short film Twenty & Odd, a commemorative piece that looked back at 400 years of African American history in the United States. She is also the lead author of the video’s reference guide.
Rhea has also worked as a freelance content creator and writer and has been published on various news websites.
She earned her master’s in conflict analysis and resolution from George Mason University and her bachelor’s in public relations with a minor in English from Howard University.
Rhea is a native of New Orleans and now resides in Silver Spring, Maryland with her tuxedo cat, Rosie (@rozayrosie__).
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