Rebecca Hankins Consulting, LLC


Bryan, TX 77802
United States
Phone: 979-739-5946
Contact Name: Rebecca Hankins
Contact Email: rhankinsconsulting [at] gmail [dot] com

Rebecca Hankins is a President Barack Obama appointee to the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC). As a Commission member, she was responsible for evaluating and dispensing between $5-10 million dollars in grants annually for the National Archives. Prior to her appointment, Rebecca was elected a Distinguished Fellow of the Society of American Archivist-- the highest honor an archivist can achieve. In 2016, Rebecca was also made a Wendler Endowed Professor at Texas A&M University. Rebecca has been a librarian and  certified archivist for over 20 years. She is an approved affiliate faculty in Africana and Religious Studies, while also serving as a faculty liaison to Women’s & Gender Studies. Throughout her career, Rebecca has provided a gentle and a reassuringly steadfast voice of tolerance for different social and cultural points of view. 

Rebecca has served as a consultant for over 20 years where she has collaborated with numerous domestic and international organizations, including: New Orleans Public Schools, Prairie View A&M University, religious institutions, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and American Center for Oriental Research (ACOR) in Amman, Jordan. Through her work, Rebecca strives to highlight the importance of diversity, equity, social justice, and inclusion as imperatives that promote thriving environments. 


Rebecca has been presenting in the archives, library, religious, community-based, social justice and DEI sector for over 30 years. She specializes in creating hourly, day-long and/or multi-day workshops that engage audiences with interactive activities and exercises. Her long track record consists of hundreds of presentations geared toward academic, community-based and global audiences. Rebecca views her career as a weaving quilt where she fills in the missing squares with a scholarly record that analyzes the literary and visual narratives of race, gender, religion, and sub-culture to develop a more inclusive tapestry.


Rebecca Hankins provides fee based services (email to inquire)