In addition to the establishment of ATS Counseling Focus – Institute by Kroeker in 2006, she is also the executive director of a 501c(3) non-profit organization, Growing Hope Network and owner of a property management company, Cobe Inc. Rebecca’s professional experience includes working for the United States Army civil service for Family Advocacy, serving as the Family Advocacy Program Manager, and has worked as a counselor in her private practice as well as at various agencies in past years.
In addition to clinical work, Rebecca is a member of Association for Play Therapy, where she served as secretary, Oklahoma Counseling Association, Oklahoma Substance Abuse Service Alliance, Coordinated Community Response Team, Enid Noon AMBUCS and Emmanuel Baptist Church. She is a volunteer for the Re-Entry Task Force, Suicide Prevention Task Force, Youth Opportunity Task Force, CDSA Health Planning Committee, Hope Outreach Faith Farm and Sooner Success. Kroeker is a member of Leadership Greater Enid, graduating class of XXI, March of Dimes board member and is a former member of Junior Welfare League. She is currently a member of the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) at Waller Middle School and the president-elect for Inspire Greater Enid, slated to take office as president in 2015.
Rebecca has been the proud recipient of the Enid Young Professional’s Top 10 Under 40 award, the 2013 Outstanding Volunteer for Northwest Oklahoma Department of Corrections award, Oklahoma Career OKCTEEC Outstanding Community Partner award and a commendation from the United States Army for volunteerism.
Rebecca is the proud mom of two daughters, Hallee and Carson, and a son, Colin. In her spare time she enjoys running, gardening and traveling.