Born and raised in North Georgia and South-central Kansas, Rebecca L Daniels is a 2017 graduate of University of Iowa with a B.A. Degree in History. While there she also earned a certificate in Museum Studies, because of her growing passion for research and preservation. This certificate led her to volunteer in multiple museums in and around Iowa City. She was also able to serve as Historian of her Delta Zeta sorority chapter.
After graduating, Rebecca continued to volunteer in Cedar Rapids museums. Her love of books led her to take a position as a manager of a local independent bookstore. Rebecca was drawn to the legal profession because it allowed her to utilize the skills she gained at University, along with those she learned in previous positions. She completed a post baccalaureate paralegal studies certificate at Purdue University Global in 2020, earned her certified paralegal designation from the National Association of Legal Assistants in 2020, and continues to strive to learn all she can and improve her skills.
In her free time Rebecca loves going to museums, reading, going to plays and musicals, writing, and playing with her nieces and nephews in Iowa, California, and Georgia. Rebecca recently published her first book and continues to write more. She also volunteers and serves on the board of the Delta Zeta National History Committee. In this role she is able to help various chapter Historians spark interest in the history of the sorority.
You can reach Rebecca via phone at 319-365-0437 ext. 2008 or via email at Rebecca@drpjlaw.com