Redante collaborates with Communications leadership and content teams to develop digital communications and website strategies. He manages the development, maintenance, and continuous improvement of Ed Trust’s websites to maximize audience engagement, promote advocacy messages and policy priorities, and drive use of research and advocacy content. He tracks and analyzes key metrics to assess the impact of Ed Trust’s website and other digital communications efforts.
Since 2006, he has worked in various web and digital positions for Washington, DC area nonprofit organizations and as a federal contractor. Prior to joining Ed Trust, he worked for Results for Development, an international development nonprofit organization.
Redante has a master’s degree in Public Communication from American University and a bachelor’s in Sociology from the University of Vermont.
What’s your favorite thing to do outside of work? (Ex. Hobbies, volunteer work)
I play blues guitar and write songs, but I don’t usually perform. I mostly play and write songs for my own enjoyment. I am also an avid music listener with favorite genres ranging from blues, rock, Americana, roots, Southern rock, classic rock, folk, rap and hip-hop.
What drew you to education?
This is a field where one’s work can truly make a difference and have an impact in helping people better their lives.