Elissa Rudolph

Who Is Elissa? Who I am NOT!

Not Elissa, the Lebanese singer, not the 1877 Tall Ship Elissa moored in Galveston harbor, not a descendant of 1940s actor, Elissa Landi, not channeling the Phoenician princess called Dido by Virgil, I am a 21st century Elissa unique in my own way. Click here to see other Elissas with whom I have at least one characteristic in common - our name!.

This webpage is your link to many of my ideas, visions, plans, and dreams I had while I was Chair of American Mensa. My E-Letter columns appeared in the American Mensa Bulletin. Now that I am Chair of Mensa International, I contribute just a few columns per year to the Mensa World Journal.

My future plans include running for a second term as Chair of Mensa International. See this website for a more focused perspectives. Join my Facebook group to view photos, ask questions, see what I'm thinking!

Florida Highwaymen Paintings

Mensa EventsFirst Quarter of 2015

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At this time, I am communicating with my friends all over the world to let them know I am running for a second 2-year term as Chair of Mensa International. My first term flew by so quickly that now I believe my work is not yet done on our global front. We have made progress, but more work is needed so that all Ms whether they are from points south, north, west or east can take advantage of this global confluence we call Mensa. Whatever our native language, we all speak "Mensan," don't we?

For an idea of what my Mensa philosophy is and my leadership style, read my bio, campaign statement, and other relevant text here.

Mensa International's website connects members all over the world - potentially 125,000+ cyperpals. If you are a Mensan reading this, check out the forums where Ms discuss everything under the sun. EMAG is described in "A Swedish Experience" and "Bali Time" paints a picture of AMAG.

Visit my Giraffics page to find information about my editing and proofing freelance business. I now have a separate website just for Giraffics. It was a fun site to create! Meet GiGi the Giraffe!

Visit the Highwaymen page to learn about a very special group of Florida artists.

Find me on Facebook (elissa.rudolph) my Facebook group or my Mensa website. For suggestions, comments, please emai me.