Rebecca Mooney

Rebecca Mooney

Producer, The Treatment

Producer/KCRW Staff

Rebecca Mooney is a radio producer and writer based in Los Angeles. She produces KCRW’s arts and pop culture program “The Treatment” hosted by Elvis Mitchell, and regularly contributes to many of KCRW’s news and culture programs, including Bodies. She is the writer, creator, and executive producer of a satirical web series about parenting in Los Angeles. Rebecca graduated from Brown University and has a Master’s degree from Columbia University. She lives in Santa Monica with her family, but is still and will always be a New Yorker. And, yes, she roots for the Yankees and the Clippers.

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