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Emerging leader Brings Work Ethic and Ambition

Molly Osadjan-Rudolf of Rubin Brown earns title of Top Young Professional for 2018


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MOLLY OSADJAN-RUDOLF, 31

STRATEGIC CLIENT DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, RUBIN BROWN LLP, DENVER

With her small-town work ethic and big-city ambitions, Osadjan-Rudolf has helped take Rubin Brown to a new level with respect to expanding diversity and building business.

Osadjan-Rudolf’s involvement in the firm’s Women’s Inclusion Council Steering Committee in Denver has helped generate expanded opportunities through innovative initiatives, and she has been an integral member of the Denver office’s Vision Committee, which created a mission statement for the office to stimulate growth and inclusion. Her efforts have earned her both Rubin Brown’s Community Service Award and its Emerging Leader Award.

Osadjan-Rudolf volunteers at Metro Caring, Mile High United Way, Food Bank of the Rockies, The Gathering Place, Operation HOPE and the Alzheimer’s Association.

A graduate of the Denver Metro Leadership Foundation’s Impact Denver Class of 2015, Osadjan-Rudolf served as a coach for Impact Denver’s 2016 class, where she helped guide and lead a team of Denver-area professionals through a nonprofit project during the six-month leadership program.

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Lisa Ryckman is ColoradoBiz's managing editor. Contact her at lryckman@cobizmag.com.

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