Lake One® announced today that their Founder and CEO, Ryan Ruud has accepted a board position with the Pinky Swear Foundation. Pinky Swear Foundation eases the financial and emotional impacts experienced by children with cancer and their families by providing basic needs support during a very challenging time.
“Ryan’s board service at Pinky Swear Foundation is an incredible combination of his professional and personal passions,” said Erica Campbell, Pinky Swear Foundation Executive Director. “He has been a powerful advocate for kids with cancer and their families for decades, and we are grateful for his strategic leadership and giving heart.”
Lake One launched in 2014 and has grown every year since, with a belief that business can pursue both profit and purpose. As a virtual marketing team, based in Minneapolis, it supports B2B organizations with complex buying processes including Technology, Manufacturing, Clean Tech, Sustainability, and professional services in healthcare, IT, and staffing.
“Lake One has been proud to partner with Pinky Swear Foundation since 2016. As a childhood cancer survivor myself, I know firsthand the impact of the support Pinky Swear provides to families in their darkest moments. It’s an honor to serve Pinky Swear’s mission.” says Ryan Ruud.
About Lake One: Founded in 2014, Lake One is a revenue operations and growth firm based in Minneapolis, MN. They partner with B2B organizations to compete and win online by planning, building and implementing aligned sales and marketing programs. They help organizations navigate sales and marketing technology decisions to deploy right sized tools that scale program performance.
About Pinky Swear: Started in 2003, Pinky Swear Foundation eases the financial and emotional impacts experienced by children with cancer and their families by providing basic needs support during a very challenging time. Pinky Swear Foundation has provided more than $4.5 million in financial assistance and quality of life support. They’ve helped thousands of families whose children are bravely battling the ugliness of cancer. To learn more about the Pinky Swear Foundation and how they got their start, click here.