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

Lack of engagement between organisations running travel loyalty programs and consumers is resulting in loss of appeal and unused reward platforms. Research from the Colloquy Loyalty Census 2016, shows that the average U.S. household belongs to nearly 30 loyalty programs yet actively participates in less than half. Although there is a wealth of programs available, …
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MasterCard Travel Loyalty New Program and Consumer Dynamics report 2016

This year, the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting will focus on “Mastering the Fourth Industrial Revolution” – driven by the speed, the breadth and the complete ‘systems innovation’ of technological change underway. MasterCard will be at this year’s gathering to discuss how advancements in technology and the flow of data are transforming industries and creating a more empowered, …
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This piece is brought to you as part of MasterCard’s participation in ACCION’s Center for Financial Inclusion’s FI2020 Week. Help us build momentum around addressing the most significant gaps in financial inclusion by sharing your story across social via #FI2020. A timely and thought-provoking article Sara Netzer of Save the Children USA illustrates the positive impact digital and …
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The MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth is collaborating with the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Meta-Council on Inclusive Growth and the Center for International Development at Harvard University to find sustainable and scalable solutions to foster inclusive growth.  This effort has culminated with the 1st Symposium on Inclusive Growth and Development on October 1-2, 2015 at Harvard’s Kennedy School …
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The United Nations General Assembly passed a new set of development goals – the Sustainable Development Goals – which mark the next chapter in global efforts to resolving the world’s most challenging development issues. MasterCard’s technology, expertise and approach to partnership can help scale and implement all 17 of these “Global Goals” in addition to …
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What kind of world do we want to live in in 2030? Many will seek to answer this question at Mashable’s sixth annual Social Good Summit sponsored by MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth. Join the Center to examine the impact of technology and new media on social good initiatives around the world. On Sept. 27-28 …
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New aid network delivers transparency, efficiency and safety to humanitarian agencies To tweet this news, copy and paste: NEWS: #MasterCard Aid Network is transforming aid distribution http://news.mstr.cd/1Wj8VJ2 PURCHASE, NY – September 24, 2015 – Humanitarian organizations are increasingly asked to provide aid in a climate of political and economic unrest. To address this challenge, MasterCard today …
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Innovative Pop-Up Platform Provides Resource for U.N. Summit on Sustainable Development Goals New York, N.Y. – September 14, 2015 – With the world’s attention turning to the post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda later this month, the MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth, in collaboration with News Deeply, today launched the Inclusion Hub, an innovative pop-up content portal …
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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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