Ken Stram is the founder of 2Bridge Communications. He teaches people and organizations how to communicate better.
Ken has more than 20 years of experience working with business owners and entrepreneurs as the Associate Administrator for Field Operations at the U.S. Small Business Administration; as a member of the technology practice at Burson-Marsteller, a leading global public relations and communications firm; and as the founder of the world’s first LGBT Economic Development Program in San Francisco.
Over the years, he has become an expert at helping organizations achieve their goals and objectives through a combination of message development, public relations, marketing, social media, public policy, and business development activities.
Ken’s experience spans multiple arenas, enabling him to communicate seamlessly with diverse audiences and stakeholders. He has acted as spokesman for federal government agencies, multi-cultural collaborations, employee organizations, non-profit institutions, and Fortune 500 companies. He has built groundbreaking new programs that have served diverse populations locally, regionally, and nationally. His community involvement resulted in having a day, “Ken Stram LGBT Economic Empowerment Day,” named after him in San Francisco.
Ken earned his BA and JD degrees at the University of Pittsburgh.