Since its inception, Enigma has grown to serve an impressive roster of clients. The firm’s success is built on its commitment to understand and work within each client’s objectives and requirements. That promise is especially visible in Enigma’s extensive work within highly regulated industries such as airlines, automotive, and alcohol.
National news anchor, Roland Williams who formerly worked with Rudolph at the Dallas Weekly attributes Rudolph entrepreneurial success to her honesty and ability to always deliver beyond expectations. “Sherilyn has always exhibited a strong degree of professionalism and excellence about her that is unmatched. I have always been able to trust her explicitly and have always known that when she says it’s handled than it’s handled,” says Williams.
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All of these achievements add to Rudolph’s immense portfolio and rise as one of the country’s leading female entrepreneurs. Her keen ability to forecast when and where to penetrate marketing strategies is an attribute Rudolph honed at the Dallas weekly and carried into her own company. Rudolph’s tactical vision and implantation has set a high precedence in event management and marketing separating her from other companies in her field. Over the years Enigma has been the agency of choice for clients such as General Motors, Dell, American Airlines, NBA Star Chris Bosh and a slew of other NBA and NFL players.
Beyond being the entrepreneur of the year and receiving accolades, Rudolph is a domestic violence survivor and advocate. “I want my success to streamline into other women’s lives in a way that builds up their confidence and worth,” she said.
After surviving domestic violence, Rudolph championed her entrepreneur platform to mentor young female business owners and support a battered women’s shelter. “When I came close to giving up, I was giving up on life but ironically the trials and triumphs I endured as an entrepreneur strengthened me to hold on. I knew that if I changed my mindset and had a better vision and strategy for my life than things would get better. That’s what we do in business and we have to apply the same tools to our personal lives. I am alive for a reason and I plan to make my time in this world worthwhile---not just to myself but to other women, mothers and sisters without voices. Not everyone is strong enough to share their story and some women are not even here to do so- but I am. I am so happy to be alive.” –