Stephanie Rudat, GHA Board Member

Posted: February 8, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

Stephanie Rudat

Passion, principle, and allegiance are the driving forces behind Stephanie Rudat’s every move. A legitimate social entrepreneur, she blends an array of eclectic business and life experiences to propel those within her sphere of influence toward an impactful existence.  Her intentions are continually realized through her work, advocacy, and relationships.  Purpose drives Stephanie’s actions.

Stephanie is a partner at Absot Marketing, a global firm that generates, strategically implements, and maintains the digital presence of businesses, causes, and individuals in conjunction with traditional marketing efforts to achieve their client’s objectives.  Work is not a job to Stephanie! She’s discovered the rewarding balance of blending digital tactics often innovated on the cause front to sustain digital platforms in the for-profit sector while applying business tactics to transform causes into effective, scalable and sustainable movements. Clients benefit from cutting-edge innovation and she relishes in the world of activism.

In reaction to the rise of connective technologies’ influence on civic engagement, Stephanie co-founded Alliance for Youth Movements (AYM) to synthesize best practices of successful digital movements and arm them with tools and resources to scale their efforts.  AYM is a global network that promotes innovative uses of technology to safeguard human rights, promote good governance and foster civic empowerment.

Taking this a step further, she is launching {think}CONSORTIUM in 2011 to empower influential leaders in technology, media, private and public sectors with the some of the world’s most promising activists to promote tolerance, strengthen networks, provide trainings, and develop lasting partnerships.  {think}CONSORTIUM is her dream come true and is launching its first program, {think}CUBA in April, 2011.

Stephanie is a vocal advocate of nonviolent activism and has been acknowledged on The Huffington Post as one of the 11 Twitter Activists You Should Be Following. Later, she joined the team of bloggers on Huffington Post and can be found crawling the globe speaking, advising and working hands-on with the people she accredits for bringing meaning to her life.
Stephanie Rudat

Blogs:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/stephanie-rudathttp://stephanierudat.tumblr.com

Twitter: @srudat

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