Stephanie Genuardi Cunnane is a Senior Account Executive at RALLY, specializing in message development, content creation, event management, and social media strategy. She works with RALLY’s Indiana education team on coalition building and message testing and manages strategic partner outreach for 100 hours: a campaign exploring solutions for LA’s worst traffic hotspots.
Stephanie comes to RALLY with diverse experience and perspective. A trained journalist who loves telling engaging stories through words, photos, audio, and video, Stephanie began her career writing for Philadelphia Magazine and working as a breaking news reporter at The Miami Herald. She transitioned to the world of marketing communications with Advanced Sports International (ASI), parent company to six premium bicycle brands, where she crafted and executed the most successful product launches in flagship brand Fuji’s 117-year history and grew its social media operation by 750 percent.
Most recently, she served as a director at the Incite Agency, a D.C.-based consultant firm. There she developed strategic communication campaigns aimed at achieving public policy and reputational goals for clients such as Airbnb, Bloomberg Philanthropies, and Eli Lilly. She ran message events co-sponsored with media organizations, including policy briefings with U.S. Members of Congress. She also produced large-scale earned and paid media plans, including sponsored content in The Hill, Politico, Vox, and USA Today that garnered millions of views among her client’s target policymaker, advocate, and health care audiences.
Stephanie graduated summa cum laude from the University of Miami, with a double major in Print Journalism and English Literature and a minor in Political Science. Outside of RALLY, she loves salsa dancing, hiking, reading mystery novels, and watching pretty much any professional sport. Stephanie is on a quest to see as much of the world as possible. Through the study abroad program Semester at Sea, she circumnavigated the globe, visiting 13 countries on four continents.