Rubenstein Impact Group helps nonprofit organizations and companies drive greater engagement with their audiences - volunteers, members, employees, customers and partners - to deepen relationships, run successful campaigns and strengthen their brand.
Digital Engagement & Storytelling
Activating your audience - from Gen Z to Baby Boomers - requires providing them highly relevant content in the platforms where they want to receive it. Rubenstein Impact Group helps you build a fully integrated digital engagement program with compelling storytelling that leverages the full suite of available tools, including email, social media, SMS and web.
From the local city council to the State House to Congress, we help organizations and companies transform their volunteers, customers and employees into a movement capable of passing legislation impacting your goals and mission, affecting lasting and meaningful change.
staff and volunteer training
Rubenstein Impact Group provides your staff and volunteers with the skills and best practices that will allow them to take your communications and advocacy program to that next level. Virtual or in-person. One session or multi-session. Entry level to C-suite.
Brian led digital communication strategy for the advocacy affiliate of the American Cancer Society for more than 15 years. He has been recognized as an expert in developing and executing award-winning programs that leverage extensive platforms, including email, social media, SMS and web. He also served for four years as an advocacy field consultant for the Society helping guide legislative campaigns and grassroots initiatives in 10 southeastern states.
Prior to these roles, Brian helped lead the public affairs program for Atlanta’s largest independent public relations agency. His work included creating and executing media and outreach programs for Fortune 500 companies and nonprofit organizations. He managed the agency’s qualitative and quantitative research practice, leading focus groups and polling activity for clients.
Earlier in his career, Brian served in a series of political and campaign positions. For nearly four years he served as Communications Director for the Democratic Party of Georgia, launching new programs, working directly with the media – including at the 1996 Democratic National Convention – and creating direct mail, radio ads and other campaign collateral.
He also served as Communications Director for Georgia Senate Majority Leader Sonny Perdue, worked as a political media consultant in Louisiana for House Speaker John Alario and the Louisiana Democratic Party, and was a political appointee in the press secretary’s office at the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Originally from Baltimore, Brian enjoys playing basketball and tennis, is an avid college basketball fan and loves spending time with his wife and two boys. He and his family reside in Johns Creek, GA.
We would love to talk with you about how the Rubenstein Impact Group can help you accomplish your goals.