RubyRose Strategies, LLC is a strategic communications firm dedicated to helping small and medium-sized businesses, entrepreneurs and non-profits identify, craft and distribute their messages while creating the targeted infrastructure to deliver that message. The firm, named after the principal's strongest personal and inspirational influences, his mother and wife, strives to assist those looking to create, innovate and maximize their visibility and reach in order to expand their business prospects and reach their goals.
Who We Are
DeRondal Bevly -
Founder and Managing Director
DeRondal Bevly is the Founder and Managing Director of RubyRose Strategies, a strategic communications boutique that specializes in creating platforms for the managing, marketing and distribution of content that allows brands to directly engage with customers, stakeholders, potential partners and new audiences.
Possessing over a decade of combined professional and philanthropic experience, Bevly serves as a strategic communications advisor, working with clients to develop strategic messaging and collaborative communications that drive initiatives for their engagements.
Tapping into broad relationships across the public and private sectors in Chicago and beyond, Bevly thrives on connecting clients to the influencers and organizations that help them enhance their reputations and achieve their goals. A “big picture” thinker, Bevly delivers across traditional and emerging platforms – particularly in the realms of corporate communications, crisis, social media, and grassroots outreach – to construct favorable outcomes. Bevly works to seamlessly combine traditional and new media to communicate complex ideas effectively.
Deeply passionate about developing relationships, Bevly focuses that passion into developing solutions and connectivity within Chicago’s nonprofit community as a Leadership Greater Chicago Fellow, also serving on the boards of Forefront, the Bright Promises Foundation, Education Pioneers (Chicago) and Social Venture Partners Chicago.