Rebecca Greenberg hails from four generations of Brooklyn residents who are always eager to remind her about how much the "borough has changed." From the southernmost point of Bedford Avenue to the northern tip of Greenpoint, Rebecca's Brooklyn roots run deep. Her great-grandparents immigrated to New York City before World War I, first living in Williamsburg before establishing a home base on Avenue X in Sheepshead Bay. Although she was raised in Manhattan, Rebecca found her way back to Brooklyn, where she's lived for several years.

Rebecca joined NY1 as a producer in 2017, eventually producing “Live at Ten” with Cheryl Wills. During her tenure at NY1, Rebecca has produced pieces about Black History Month, Black maternal mortality and the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund.

Rebecca is no stranger to the camera. From an early age, she performed on stages across the tri-state area, eventually graduating from Professional Children’s School on the Upper West Side. After earning a bachelor's degree in journalism and political science from the University of Connecticut, Rebecca launched her journalism career as a reporter and producer for WWLP-22News in Springfield, Massachusetts. She covered a wide range of issues, from the legalization of recreational marijuana to immigration to the Black Lives Matter movement. Prior to graduating from UConn, Rebecca interned at CNN in its Atlanta headquarters. She also lived in Israel and studied at Tel Aviv University, where she learned to speak Hebrew. 

In her free time, Rebecca still enjoys performing. She's an avid singer and guitar player. Rebecca is also a huge fan of live entertainment and typically spends her weekends at any one of Brooklyn's famed music venues.