May 7, 2021 0 Comments

38: Stephanie Rudnick - Athletes, Agencies and Adapting Your Career Path

Episode 038

 

Today’s guest on the podcast is Stephanie Rudnick. As a seasoned PR and brand marketing professional, Stephanie wears many hats in her career, including: Head of Global Communications and GM of hospitality and events at MKTG Sports & Entertainment in Australia; Head of PR at Angel City Football Club in Los Angeles; and Director of Communications at Beautiful Game Group, LLC in New York. Stephanie is here to chat with hosts April and Laura about her experiences in working with high-profile client athletes and Olympians, key takeaways from her career, finding her dream job and how the pandemic has changed the PR industry as a whole. They also discuss navigating contracts, client photoshoots and the importance of nurturing your professional relationships. April and Laura also revisit the rise of Substack as a force to be reckoned with in modern journalism, and offer job-vetting advice for an anonymous listener who encountered a PR Horror Story in her first agency role.

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Learn more about Stephanie’s work here: http://www.stephrudnick.com/biography

Show Notes

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