Alexis Rudman

Alexis Rudman

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

The National 9/11 Memorial and Museum's Educational Programs

The vice president of National Learning Corporation in New York, Alexis Rudman received degrees at Cornell University and the University of Miami School of Law. In her current role, Alexis Rudman is responsible for researching, writing, editing, and proofreading content for the educational publishing company. She also provides legal counsel for corporate matters. Aside from work, Ms. Rudman supports charitable causes and organizations, and is a founding member of the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum

The Memorial and Museum, located at the site of the World Trade Center, is a place of remembrance and reflection that strives to honor the nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The museum also pays tribute to rescue workers who risked their own lives to save others, and to survivors of the attacks. The story is told through personal memorabilia, multimedia displays, archives, and narratives.

A number of educational programs are offered at the museum. The programs are designed to help students consider the topics related to the events of 9/11 and are presented to third-through-12th-graders. In programs designed for young children, instructors help students understand the attacks using appropriate images and activities. Older students can participate in programs that study artwork related to the attacks, the design of the World Trade Center, and how the world changed. 

Educators can also participate in programs specifically designed as professional development courses. These workshops address the challenges educators face when teaching difficult content.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Outdoor Places to See in New Hampshire

Alexis Rudman serves as vice president of National Learning Corporation, where she maintains responsibility for writing and editing texts for educational books. Outside of work, Alexis Rudman enjoys traveling throughout the United States, from California to New Hampshire. 

New Hampshire is replete with scenic destinations for those who love the outdoors. The following are a few must-see places in this New England state:

- Mount Monadnock. Located in Jaffrey, Mount Monadnock has more than 40 miles of trails and attracts over 125,000 hikers each year. On a clear day, hikers can see all six states in New England from the mountain’s peak.

- Mount Washington Auto Road. Offering breathtaking views, Mount Washington Auto Road takes travelers to New England’s highest peak. Visitors can also take a ride on the four-track Mount Washington Snow Coach to enjoy the winter scenery.

- Conway Scenic Railroad. The Conway Scenic Railroad starts at 1874 Victorian Station and takes visitors to either Conway or Bartlett. Powered by steam or diesel, the train gives riders a glimpse of times past as they ride in restored passenger cars through this scenic mountain area.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

About Alexis Rudman

Attorney Alexis Rudman has been involved with the National Learning Corporation in Syosset, New York, for nearly a decade. She originally served as an editor before taking on greater responsibility as a Vice President, a position she held for eight years. In this role, she maintained responsibility for the entire process of producing text for educational books, from research to writing, editing, and proofreading.  She has done so by supervising others.  In the past, she has also handled corporate legal matters.  Alexis Rudman studied law at the University of Miami School of Law, where she participated in Miami Law Women and the Real Estate Law Society.

After practicing law in Florida for a year after law school, Alexis Rudman relocated to New York City, where she first served as a correspondent and writer for Fischler Hockey before joining the National Learning Corporation. She has also served as a legal project associate for Pomerantz LLP and a document review attorney for FTI Consulting, Inc., both in New York City. Rudman supports a number of charities and nonprofits, including The American Cancer Society and The Wounded Warrior Project.