RevUp founder to attend the 2019 the Climate Leadership Corps training
Hotel Revenue Management Expert and founder of RevUp, Robert Sudakow, accepted into the Climate Leadership Corps with former VP Al Gore
Robert Sudakow is a revenue management executive with more than 15 years of successfully leading Revenue optimization strategies for high-growth hospitality organizations. The hotel revenue management expert was recently accepted into the Climate Leadership Corps and will be participating in the upcoming training hosted by Vice President Al Gore and the Climate Reality Project. The training program arms participant's with the knowledge and skills needed to lead the fight for global climate, in accordance with the view of the U.S. former Vice President, Al Gore, as well as world-renowned scientists and communicators.
"It's no secret that the climate crisis is the greatest challenge of our time, threatening to alter the planet for future generations," said Sudakow. "As an active member of the global community, I feel it's my duty to equip myself with as much information as possible to implement change. The Climate Leadership Corps is the perfect way to make that happen - I am looking forward to have the opportunity to learn with many of the authors of the Paris Climate Accord, Al Gore and others dedicated to the environment," continued Sudakow.
According to Sudakow, he was driven to apply for the Climate Reality Corps based on his experiences, with the hope of incorporating the training into his personal and business life. Sudakow is also enrolled in a certificate program at Harvard MBA online on Sustainable Business models.
Over the years, Rob has displayed his passion and commitment to the growth of the hospitality industry serving in different positions with several organizations including Kokua Hospitality LLC, Stanford Hotels, Hilton Worldwide, and Ace Hotel, New York City. He recently launched RevUp Revenue Management Consulting and just back from his 6th year of riding and fundraising for AIDS Lifecycle, raising over $50,000 in support of AIDS and HIV initiatives.
Sudakow has also worked with several nonprofits including the Curry Senior Center, Ronald McDonald House and American Cancer Society and has been an avid volunteer his entire life. Rob has a background in Genetics and Comparative Religions from the University of Rochester and completed 5-years of Archaeological experience in Northern Israel, his diverse background in the sciences and anthropology set the foundation for understanding the importance of projects such as the Climate Leadership Corps and emphasizes the need for a push to change the current trajectory of our environmental crisis.