Rebeccah Lutz is the current Board President of Alzheimer's Project, Inc.
Name: Rebeccah Lutz
Years served on the Board: 3
Rebeccah Lutz is the managing editor of the Tallahassee Democrat. She has been with the Democrat since 2005 and has been with Gannett Co. Inc., the Democrat’s parent company, for 13 years. She has served in various reporting and editing positions for news organizations in Florida, Ohio, Texas, West Virginia and North Carolina. Her coverage of the 2004 tsunami from Indonesia earned Gannett’s Top Well Done Award and led to a fellowship with the International Center for Journalists, during which she reported from Southern Sudan. In 2012, she was named one of the top publishing executives under age 35 in the U.S. by Editor & Publisher magazine. She is an active member of the Tallahassee community, serving as president-elect of Alzheimer’s Project Inc., and as a member of the Junior League of Tallahassee and of the City of Tallahassee’s Cultural Plan Review Committee. She has a degree in journalism and mass communications from Marshall University.
Quote about Alzheimer's Project:
“My dad, Ron Cantley, had Alzheimer’s disease, and my mother, Donna, was his full-time caregiver. I have seen firsthand the experiences and struggles caregivers and families face. I work with Alzheimer’s Project because I want to ensure other families have the support they need and that they know they don’t have to face this disease on their own.”