Given to an individual who, throughout his or her life, has displayed a clear direction in recognizing and respecting the dignity of the human person in the spirit of the Cabrini tradition, the Compass Award recognizes those whose extended, continuous service serves to promote and defend dignity for all.
2018 Compass Award Recipient
Rebecca Bradbeer (’94)
Humanitarian and Advocate for the Arts
Rebecca H. Bradbeer earned a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from Cabrini in 1994, and currently serves on the boards of the Association for the Colonial Theatre, HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy, and Art Reach, a nonprofit that ensures the full spectrum of society has access to the arts.
In addition, Bradbeer is a devoted Supporter of Canine Partners for Life (CPL), an organization dedicated to training service dogs to assist individuals with varying degrees of physical and cognitive disabilities.
“I very much enjoy my role as steward and ambassador of these fine organizations,” said Bradbeer.
Bradbeer is passionate about arts and culture, frequenting many regional theaters in the area and beyond. She is a long-time subscriber to People's Light, a professional theater located in Malvern, PA, and says she is “continually impressed by what is in our own backyard.”
Bradbeer presently resides in Berwyn, PA.