Rebecca Eggleston serves as executive vice president at Alliance Defending Freedom and is a member of the Executive Team charged with leading the organization to execute on its strategic objectives. In this role, she oversees various departments including operations, information technology, finance, human resources, and corporate counsel, and is the ADF Board liaison. Immediately prior to her current role, Eggleston served as chief of staff for the U.S. Legal Division and Communications. Eggleston previously served at ADF from 2015 to 2017 as the director of professional development for the Blackstone Legal Fellowship.
Prior to returning to ADF in 2020, Eggleston was section chief counsel for the Consumer Protection & Advocacy Section at the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, where she oversaw all consumer fraud, data privacy, and antitrust matters, including some of the state’s most high-profile litigation. She led a team that recovered record-breaking amounts of restitution for consumers.
Before first joining ADF in 2015, Eggleston was a securities litigation associate at Paul Hastings LLP, where her practice focused on the representation of corporations and their officers and directors in the defense of private securities actions and regulatory proceedings. While at Paul Hastings, she was active in pro bono matters and served as amicus counsel in several of ADF’s religious liberty cases, including Town of Greece v. Galloway.
Eggleston received her J.D. with honors from the University of Michigan Law School in 2008. She participated in the Blackstone Legal Fellowship Program in 2006. Prior to law school, she taught high school mathematics for four years.