Rebekah Gregory

  • Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor
  • Powerful story of strength and resilience

Rebekah Gregory is a simple small town woman and mother whose life was forever changed due to the events of the Boston marathon bombings on April 15, 2013. This horrible act of terrorism left her as one of the names of the seventeen amputees and therefore permanently handicapped at the young age of only twenty six years old.

Instead of being bitter, Rebekah has used her platform in a huge way by encouraging others worldwide. Speaking out about her story and own daily obstacles, she believes that life's struggles are not only meant to teach us lessons, but make us better versions of ourselves than before. Rebekah's delivery with her quick wit and contagious optimism is sure to have everyone feeling inspired and ready to make their own life changes. Outlining her popular phrase, "with every new day comes new hope" she never fails to leave her audience ready to "change the world."

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Rebekah Gregory travels from Richmond (HOU), TX and requires coach class airfare for (2) two plus lodging, meals and ground transportation.

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