Carl Ruderman

Carl Ruderman – The best New York Observer

Carl Ruderman – The best New York Observer

Carl Ruderman, "Chairman of the global communications and publishing firm, Universal Media, packs world-class credentials when it comes to promoting world tourism and travel markets. His long standing, membership within the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), and subject expert to the global travel industry has resulted in his inclusion as the featured speaker at numerous industry events. Additionally, Carl Ruderman stays true to his passion authoring numerous articles on the industry, tourism, and the economic impact of tourism has on various regions.

As a leader in the tourism industry, Carl Ruderman has been instrumental in global policy advocating tourism and was a key figure in uniting the Tourism Ministers of Israel, Greece and Egypt as they came together for the first time in support of regional tourism.

Working closely with governments, Carl Ruderman has developed Travel Education Programs for a collection of countries and states including: Mexico, Jamaica, Spain, Mississippi, Florida, Israel, Monaco, Switzerland, Australia, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Poland, Korea, Turkey, and Aruba. Organizations that Mr. Ruderman has assisted include Disney, Princess, Globus & Cosmos, and many more. He has worked closely with airlines, the United States Department of Commerce and government representatives to promote and encourage inbound tourism.

Carl Ruderman graduated from New York University where he earned his degree in International Banking and Finance. He is a generous philanthropist and donates time and resources to Cancer Research and Treatments, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, National Nephrology Foundation, Hospital for Joint Diseases and New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. Mr. Ruderman has also provided assistance to the Rebuild Dubrovnik Fund, Johnson & Wales University, Green Globe, Temple Emanu-El and the Turnberry Jewish Center. Mr. Ruderman is a supporter of the Windward School, a school focused on helping children with learning disabilities, where he donated the Ruderman Library.