Rebecca Rosenberg is an engineer, an entrepreneur and a person with albinism. Growing up she struggled to find assistive technologies that supported her needs as a person with moderate vision impairment. In 2019, Rebecca founded ReBokeh to develop assistive technologies specifically for the albinism and moderate low vision communities. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering from Bucknell University, Rebecca transitioned to the Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design (CBID) where she received her Master’s degree of the same title. Following her masters, she was awarded an Abell Foundation Fellowship to remain with CBID and assist in developing and teaching the Biodesign curriculum to first year masters students. She also served as the project lead for VectorCam, a global health initiative aimed at using artificial intelligence to combat malaria in sub-Saharan Africa. Rebecca now works as the full time CEO of ReBokeh with the goal of bringing their transformative technology to market.