Robert Krueger is the Executive Communications Manager for Gensler, the world’s largest architecture and design firm. In this firm-wide role, he works directly with the Co-CEOs to promote Gensler while developing strategic content and managing the external brand positioning of the Co-CEOs.
Prior to Gensler, Krueger was the Senior Director of Public Relations and Social Media at the Urban Land Institute global headquarters in Washington, DC. In this role, he served as a senior leader in media relations, digital and social media, corporate video production, and marketing communications. He obtained an MA in Communications and an MA in History from George Mason University. He did his undergraduate studies at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Krueger also serves as President-Elect for the Public Relations Society of America’s National Capital Chapter (PRSA-NCC) -- the nonprofit’s largest chapter. Additionally, he serves as Chair of Programming, a position that is responsible for overseeing the chapter's programming for all committees. For four years, he served on the Board of Directors as well as the Co-Chair of the chapter's Professional Development Committee. He is a previous winner of the chapter's Diamond Award.
Krueger is the founder and executive director of Comm(s) Fest, an annual festival that seeks to transform how people see marketing communications by celebrating communication programs at local universities and marketing communications services performed by firms, nonprofits, government agencies, and the private sector. Additionally, he is a member of the Urban Land Institute, the National Press Club, and the George Mason University Insight Committee.
Krueger has taught communications since 2008 at universities including West Virginia University, George Mason University, and the University of Florida.