Corinne Rusch Drutz
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Corinne Rusch-Drutz is the Director of Digital & Donor Communications at Baycrest Foundation where she is responsible for integrated digital and offline communications strategies to engage and elicit support from stakeholders including websites, social media, outbound marketing, branding and community relations. She holds a PhD in drama, women’s studies, public policy, and communications at University of Toronto, an MA in women’s studies from York University and a BFA in theatre from York University. Corinne is the former Director of Communications & Membership Development at YWCA Canada where she developed the YWCA Safety Siren app, a unique utility siren for iPhone, iPod Touch, Android or BlackBerry that can be activated when the user is in an unsafe situation and geo-locates over 300 Canadian health and wellness resources by proximity. The app is the winner of the Avon Global Communications Award for Speaking Out About Violence Against Women amongst others. Corinne sits on the board of directors for Act to End Violence Against Women.

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Why Players Stick it to Alzheimer's

(0) Comments | Posted May 2, 2013 | 5:24 PM

I have a confession to make. I'm Canadian and I'm not a big hockey fan. It's terrible, I know. I actually have a lot of guilt over the fact that I don't love our national pastime. Don't get me wrong, I've sat intensely at the edge of my seat in...

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Dancing for a Cause

(0) Comments | Posted February 7, 2013 | 4:13 PM

Do you ever have the naked dream? No, not that one, the other kind. You're laughing right now, but you know the one I'm talking about. You're standing in a room, delivering an important presentation and mid-way through you look down and to your horror realize you've been buck naked...

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An E-Cookbook for the Brain

(0) Comments | Posted November 29, 2012 | 4:59 PM

In my grandmother's generation, women used to participate in a now bygone tradition called a coffee klatch. This was a kind of community kitchen where women would gather over coffee while creating some form of delightful pastry to discuss family, share recipes, gossip and bemoan rogue spousal behaviour. As a...

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