Andrew Rubenstein, Chief Marketing Officer
Andrew Rubenstein brings more than 20 years of experience in brand development, marketing, communications, media relations, and fundraising. As Chief Marketing Officer, he works as the visibility strategist for both the Guide Dog Foundation and America’s VetDogs, developing marketing and communications plans, tactics, and resources to achieve their missions. His team directs media relations, branding, publications, advertising, social media, and website development.
Andrew’s background in communications, partnership development, and public relations, has strengthened his ability to creatively structure ideas for outreach, partnership frameworks, fundraising, and the strengthening of brand awareness. At the Guide Dog Foundation and America’s VetDogs, Andrew and his team have managed all marketing aspects for the two NBC Today Show "puppy with a purpose" programs, the coordination and execution on all media and promotional efforts surrounding Sully H.W. Bush, service dog to former United States President, George H.W. Bush, and guided the organizations into relationships with a number of high-profile professional sports teams and corporate partners.
Prior to joining the Guide Dog Foundation and America’s VetDogs, Andrew created and executed multi-faceted marketing and communications campaigns for Nikon USA, the public relations and communications responsibilities for the National Scrabble Association (Hasbro), and public relations for the Mount Snow ski resort.