Stubis to Lead Communications at American Humane Association
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Stubis to Lead Communications at American Humane Association

Mark Stubis has been appointed chief communications officer at American Humane Association, a leading voice for the protection of children and animals.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, DC—Mark Stubis has been appointed chief communications officer at American Humane Association, a leading voice for the protection of children and animals. Stubis joins the national nonprofit organization after more than 15 years at KidsPeace, where he was vice president for communications.

Reporting to the president and CEO Robin Ganzert, Stubis is based in association's national headquarters in Washington, DC. His responsibilities include managing the organization's communications function; developing media and public relations strategy; overseeing the work of marketing, communications and media relations staff; and directing the development of marketing and communications deliverables.

Stubis has worked at KidsPeace since 1993, responsible for a wide range of media, public and stakeholder relations for this leading national child abuse prevention and crisis treatment charity. Previously, he was assistant director of communications for United Negro College Fund and was communications director for the organization's successful $250 million capital campaign.

His career also includes positions with Newsweek magazine and Edelman.

 

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