Rebecca Gillette Brondfield

Principal, San Francisco

Rebecca Brondfield is a principal in Bridgespan’s San Francisco office. Since joining Bridgespan in 2016, Rebecca has supported a range of nonprofit and philanthropy clients. Her work includes a focus on adaptive strategy and complex stakeholder engagement, particularly with organizations working in early childhood, education, and public health. As part of the firm’s early childhood area of expertise, she co-led the research that resulted in the publication of Building Back for Equity: Guidance to Inform 2021 Early Childhood Grantmaking. Rebecca has also served as a coach to executive teams through Bridgespan’s capacity building program, Leading for Impact®.

Prior to joining Bridgespan, Rebecca worked in health, education, and youth development through local, national, and international nonprofit organizations. This included strategy and program management at Peer Health Exchange, a national nonprofit providing health education in public schools with a goal of increasing access to community health resources.

Outside of Bridgespan, Rebecca enjoys time with her young daughter and husband in San Francisco. Originally from Baltimore, Rebecca holds a BA in Government from Harvard University and an MBA from the Yale School of Management.