Rebecca Tielking, Center Manager

Rebecca Tielking

Center Manager

Bachelors in Human Services, Purdue University

Becca is known for her positive attitude and putting a smile on people’s faces. People often think of her as a human juke-box – spitting out a song with any given word or phrase. If you can’t find her singing, she is most likely at an antique store. Becca enjoys spending time with her husband who is an Indianapolis firefighter. They love traveling, vacationing on the beach, watching sports and have a huge passion for food.

Her dream is to go on a mission trip and spread God’s love.

Center Manager

Bachelors in Human Services, Purdue University

What does Cornerstone mean to you?

“Cornerstone means family. We are all so close and supportive with one another it’s great. We are all here for the kiddos – at the end of the day, it’s about them and their progress.”

How has working at Cornerstone impacted you?

“I have found my calling thanks to my internship here. Getting hired was the greatest thing – I can’t imagine doing anything else!”

What is the most inspiring part of working at Cornerstone?

“The most inspiring aspect of being a therapist is being able to see the kiddos grow from day to day. Seeing progress and the little things that parents of typically developed children take for granted is absolutely heart-warming.”

Describe your Cornerstone experience in a sentence.

“I am constantly learning more about this field from client to client and day to day.”