Rebecca Lichtenfeld is a human rights advocate, producer and Director of Social Impact Media for the Bertha Foundation. Bertha Foundation supports forms of activism that aim to bring about change and champions those using media, law and enterprise as tools to achieve their vision. Rebecca is also the TED Music Curator.

Guided by the belief that media and the arts can play a vital role in the advancement of human rights, Rebecca has created, produced, and executed ‘creative advocacy’ projects involving filmmakers, artists, heads of state and thought leaders from around the globe. At Bertha, she has supported the production and outreach of several Oscar nominated and winning feature length documentaries. Previously, she was the Creative Advocacy Director at WITNESS, an international non-profit organization co-founded by Peter Gabriel that trains human rights defenders to use video as a tool in their campaigns for justice.