Rebecca, a white woman with long blonde hair smiling while outside.Rebecca Faile

SC Pathways Project Director
Pronouns: She/her/hers

As the Director of the South Carolina Pathways Project Program, Rebecca is responsible for leading the development, implementation, and evaluation of the SCPP program, a collaborative transition service delivery model providing increased opportunities for students and young adults with disabilities to earn a high school diploma and increased access to apprenticeships and high-quality pre-employment transition services.

Rebecca has over twenty-three years of experience working as a certified special education teacher at the elementary, middle, and high school levels in the South Carolina public education system, two of which she served as a district special education inclusion coordinator. Her passion for teaching became a mission in advocacy to ensure equity and access to quality education for ALL students, regardless of disability.

Rebecca received her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with a certificate in Special Education (K-12) from Capital University in Columbus, OH. Rebecca also holds a master’s degree in Leadership of Educational Organizations from American Intercontinental University.

In her free time, Rebecca enjoys hiking, exercising, reading, writing, visiting farmers markets, taking random weekend road trips, and spending time with her family and fur babies.


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