2011 15-to-Watch: Ryan Kuresman


Ryan Kuresman has led public education efforts for the national Sick of Lawsuits campaign, a project of the American Tort Reform Association. Built around his interactive vision, the platform has become a hub for grassroots communities to connect and converse. Additionally, two campaigns driven by Kuresman with the American Public Transportation Association, “I <3 Transit” and “Don’t X Out Public Transit” resulted in a successful calls for action against proposed funding cuts. —MZ

Best Piece of PR Advice So Far:
“Always be prepared or, at least, look like you are.”

Hometown: Silverdale, WA
College Attended: University of Washington
Favorite TV Show: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Android, iOS or RIM? RIM, though coveting iOS
Favorite Work App: New York Times (“well, only kind of for work”)
Favorite Play App: Kayak
Best Media Hit So Far: Washington Blade, Pet of the Week (“completely self-serving pitch for me and my cat”)

 

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