Areas of Expertise
- Strategic Communications
- Business and Partnership Development
- Brand Building
Bob Ensinger is NCOA’s first Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer. He oversees the development and implementation of a consumer-facing marketing, branding, and corporate communications strategy. Additionally, Ensinger supports NCOA’s advocacy agenda, elevating the organization’s voice as a respected national leader, and he builds bold strategic partnerships to meet NCOA’s goals.
Ensinger previously served as Vice President of Communications and Marketing for the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. (ISRI), an association representing more than 1,300 private and public companies globally. Under his leadership, the association initiated a business development function and corporate partnership program, developed and initiated its first organizational strategic communications plan, and underwent a rebranding.
Prior to ISRI, Ensinger led communications at several Washington, D.C.-area trade associations and nonprofits, including the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, Paralyzed Veterans of America, Society of Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology, and American Association of Blood Banks.