Rob Lewis Sudakow

Director, Consultant, and Small Business Owner in San Francisco, CA

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In Rob Lewis Sudakow’s professional life he is a highly experienced, driven, and results-oriented Revenue Management professional with a strong track record of leading highly successful, record-setting revenue generation strategies within large, geographically diverse, high- profile organizations that include amongothers Hilton Worldwide, Stanford Hotels, Davidson Hotels and Resorts, and the Ace Hotel in New York city. Rob’s finely tuned communication and interpersonal skills have allowed him to build and maintain strong working relationships with partners and stakeholders, lead diverse teams, build consensus across all organizational levels, and conduct hard-hitting negotiations with vendors, that have all been integral in driving strong business growth.

Rob’s personal life is much more diverse and community oriented. He has participated in AIDS LifeCycle for the past 6 years as a rider and fundraiser, biking yearly from SF to LA and raising over 50K in support of AIDS and HIV initiatives. He works with a number of other organizations including the Curry Senior Center in the SF Tenderloin district, and Ronald McDonald House. Rob’s dedication to community arises from a close-knit group of family and friends, compounded with education in Genetics and Comparative Religions at University of Rochester, along with 5 years of Archaeological experience in Northern Israel. It is all of these experiences, and a deep love for the outdoors and nature, which has brought him to this program in hopes of balancing the mistakes made, and the damage is done to our planet in the last several decades. Most recently Rob has been accepted to Al Gore's Global Climate Initiative and is in the process of completing certificate cources at both Cornell and Harvard

  • Work
    • RevUp Revenue consulting
  • Education
    • University of Rochester
    • Cornell Certificate - Asset Management
    • Harvard Certificate - Disruptive Strategy