Ryan Erenhouse
Ryan Erenhouse

Ryan Erenhouse

MEDIA CONTACT: Business Leader, MasterCard Communications

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Ryan Erenhouse is a Business Leader on MasterCard’s Worldwide Communication team. He joined MasterCard in 2012 to help manage and lead MasterCard’s global thought leadership and executive communications. Prior to MasterCard, Ryan held a senior position at Edelman Worldwide in New York, where he led communications teams serving a wide range of clients ranging from Pfizer to TimeWarner Cable. Prior to joining Edelman, he was Deputy Director of Government Relations for the Society of Thoracic Surgeons and before that spent several years working for U.S. Senator James Jeffords.
Mr. Erenhouse has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from The University of Vermont.

e-mail: ryan_erenhouse@mastercard.com
phone: +1-914-249-3176

Recent Posts

MasterCard is on the first Fortune “Change the World” list of companies that have made a sizable impact on major global social or environmental problems as part of their competitive strategy.  At number 11, MasterCard sits among other leading innovative companies doing good as part of their profit-making strategy.  For MasterCard it is about financial inclusion. With two billion …
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The United States Senate has confirmed Shamina Singh, Executive Director of the MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth, to serve on the board of directors of the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS). Established in 1993, the CNCS is a federal agency that engages 5 million Americans in service through its core programs — Senior …
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The year 2015 is of great importance as the international community in partnership with the private sector and civil society moves from the Millennium Development Goals (MGDs) adopted in 2000 to a new set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) designed to create the conditions in which everyone benefits from the massive advances in technology. MasterCard is …
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Today, Ajay Banga is speaking at the Chicago Forum on Global Cities. The Forum brings together global leaders for a multidisciplinary discussion on how they can collaborate to make their cities more economically vital, socially inclusive and environmentally livable. Joining Ajay on the panel “Global Cities Driving the Global Economy” are: Helen Clark, Administrator, United Nations …
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The Secretary General of the United Nations announced the establishment of a High-Level Panel on Humanitarian Financing, and that Walt Macnee, Vice Chairman of MasterCard and President of the MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth, will serve as a member. Despite growth in financial support for humanitarian aid from governments and individuals, the demand for humanitarian …
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AFI Co-Chair and Tanzania Central Bank Governor Benno Ndulu, AFI Executive Director Alfred Hannig and Ajay Banga during the World Bank Spring Meeting

$250 million risk-sharing facility to enable emerging market banks to provide increased access to secure and transparent financial services to millions in emerging markets and reach people currently excluded from financial services  To tweet this news, copy and paste http://news.mstr.cd/1G3XeB7 to your Twitter handle with #FinAccess2020 Washington, D.C., April 17, 2015— IFC, a member of the …
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As part of an ongoing dialogue on the importance of public-private partnership to deliver on the goal of full financial access by 2020, MasterCard CEO and president Ajay Banga joined World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, UNSG Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development Queen Maxima, Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon for …
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MasterCard has gained first-hand experience into the drivers and barriers of financial inclusion. It is technology that can break the barriers and offer unlimited potential for global economic growth, productivity and efficiency.

AFI’s Public-Private Dialogue (PPD) Platform will facilitate knowledge and expertise among private sector and a global network of 124 policymaking and regulatory institutions from 95 developing and emerging countries Recognizes the need for public-private partnership to promote smart financial inclusion policies and smart business practices to reach the financially excluded To tweet this news, copy …
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