Social Media

Random Acts receives their best ideas from their supporters – and the Social Media Department is how we interact with these kindness warriors! Social Media exists to signal boost kindness acts, organizations, and initiatives.

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Katie Pfledderer

Social Media Manager

Katie Pfledderer joined the Random Acts social media team in the spring of 2020. She brings with her more than 15 years of experience in digital media, branding, and analytics. She holds a bachelor’s in advertising from Ball State University and a master’s in data science from Northwestern University. Being part of the Random Acts team is important to Katie, because it enables her to use her background and passion for volunteering to help spread kindness on a global scale. In her free time, Katie enjoys road trips, the outdoors, martial arts, reading, and data science.

If Katie could have any superpower, she would have the ability to heal others. In a world where so many people are not able to afford or access healthcare, having that superpower to help those in need would be incredible.

 “All that will matter, all that will ever amount to anything, is the relationship you have with the world you carry around inside of you.”  – Sarah Blondin

Stephanie Al Say

Social Media Specialist

Stephanie started her position as a social media specialist at Random Acts in June 2020. Originally from Southeast Asia, she has volunteered for several relief projects in the Philippines, Thailand and Cambodia. Stephanie has also interned with nonprofit and development organizations including the UN Development Programme. Her work at Random Acts is important to her, because Stephanie believes that the power of kindness can positively impact the lives of others no matter how small the act. She absolutely loves the strong sense of community and diversity at Random Acts. In her free time, she enjoys creating short videos, playing the ukulele, traveling to islands, and free diving.

If Stephanie could have any superpower, it would be teleportation so she could visit the world’s most beautiful places or visit friends and family who live far away.

 “You cannot discover new oceans unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore.” – Andre Gide