On its website, Unmuted LLC is described as an organization that uses workshops, training and retreats to help other organizations and their leaders “become more resilient and unlock collective wisdom, connection and collaboration.”
Since she launched Unmuted about a year ago, Baltimore native Rachel Druckenmiller has had her resilience tested – first by COVID-19, which has wrought havoc on new, small businesses such as hers, and then, in May, by a car accident that left her with a fractured spine.
Against the odds, Unmuted LLC has thrived, and Druckenmiller has helped other nonprofit organizations weather the coronavirus storm with her pro bono virtual learning workshops.
“I take what most people would view as setbacks and make meaning of them by turning them into comebacks to inspire others,” she said.
Druckenmiller earned her master’s in Community Health Education and Health Administration from Towson University in 2012 and is currently helping establish the Dr. Nancy Grasmick Leadership Institute at that school.
In 2015, Druckenmiller was recognized as one of the top health promotion professionals in the country by the Wellness Council of America.