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 launched the Early Detection System. This new service provides issuers with a unique advanced alert for cards and accounts at a heightened risk of fraudulent use based on their exposure in security incidents or data breaches. For more information please click here: news.mstr.cd/2ycXAb4

New service helps reduce fraud-related costs while improving the consumer experience Purchase, NY – October 2, 2017 – With speed being a critical factor in fighting fraud, Mastercard today announced the launch of Early Detection System. This new service provides issuers with a unique advanced alert for cards and accounts at a heightened risk of …
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Mastercard Unveils Which Cities Benefit the Most from International Travel PURCHASE, NY – September 26, 2017 – Around the world, tourism is driving the economic engines of growth and development. Since 2009, international travel and spending by overnight visitors to cities have grown faster than real GDP. To help cities understand key drivers and unlock …
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Today’s consumers prefer experiences, and a top way they make new experiences is through travel. The 2017 Mastercard Global Destination Cities Index pinpoints exactly where international travelers go and how they spend when visiting new cities. Carlos Menendez, President of Enterprise Partnerships, talks about how Mastercard is working with partners to make their city a …
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The 2017 Mastercard Global Destination Cities Index pinpoints where international travelers go and how they spend when visiting new cities, ranking the top 132 destination cities of today & tomorrow For more information please view our Digital Press Kit: http://news.mstr.cd/gdci2017

Social enterprise to explore sustainable, scalable commercial solutions for the humanitarian and development community  To tweet this news, copy and paste http://mstr.cd/2jZP7g6 to your Twitter handle  DAVOS – January 19, 2017 – Mastercard and George Soros announced plans to explore creating a social enterprise to apply commercial strategies to deliver a positive impact on society. …
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Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth provides development and non-profit community with crucial tools that can enhance planning efforts and increase impact. Purchase, December 14, 2016 – For organizations reliant on individual contributions, there has been a lack of information that could enable a better understanding of how, when and where donations are made.  This information …
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An evolving world made possible by evolving cities.

Report adds insights into purpose of travel and local spend To tweet this news, copy and paste http://mstr.cd/2cLcjyw to your Twitter handle with the hashtag #GDCI16  BANGKOK – September 22, 2016 – Bangkok is the top-ranked destination city by international overnight visitor arrivals according to the annual Mastercard Global Destinations Cities Index released today. The …
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Mastercard has been named #7 on Fortune’s second annual “Change the World” list, which recognizes 50 companies making important social or environmental impact through their corporate strategies. Mastercard, which was included on Fortune’s inaugural list (#11) last year for work to expand financial inclusion, was selected this year based on its efforts to transform the …
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