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Rebecca A. Rodriguez is a long-time animal advocate, critically acclaimed independent filmmaker and producer / host of the podcast One Animal World. She founded the humane society on the island of Guam (Guam Animals In Need) in late 1980's and went on to run the animal care department at one of the largest humane society in the Pacific Northwest. During this period, she developed the EVACSAK, an emergency transportation carrier for small animals that is currently utilized by first-responders around the world. Later, she went on to work as a program manager for an animal related foundation where she consulted and mediated for various organizations regarding shelter and program development. 

She began her career as a filmmaker in 2000, debuting two short films at the Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema and the Seattle International Film Festival. As a result of positive reviews, both films were optioned and distributed through a short film content provider. To date she has written, produced and directed a collection of short films, numerous commercials, several music videos and one feature film that is currently being used as an educational tool in domestic violence and child endangerment awareness programs. β€‹She received the Best Feature Award at the Reel Women International Film Festival in Los Angeles, 2005 as well as the Best Feature by a Northwest Filmmaker Award from the Not Far From Hollywood Film Society in Portland, Oregon. She holds one U.S. Patent and a folder filled with dozens of "crazy inventions" and "brilliant ideas".

In addition, Rebecca is the creator and producer of the upcoming television series "Animal House"  and several other television series' for which she is actively seeking a network home. 

On the home front, Rebecca provides love and shelter to a small group of formerly discarded animals and feeds the squirrels and birds that happen by. And for the hummingbirds, she invented an electric cozy for the feeders so they won't freeze in the winter.