David Drobis took office as the Chairman and CEO of Ketchum Worldwide in 1994 after joining the company in 1967. Following his retirement, David has served as the Chariman Emeritus since 2005. David’s professional activities have included serving as President of the Arthur W. Page Society and receiving their Hall of Fame Award, President of the International Trade Association for Public Relations Firms, and Founding Chairman of the Council of Public Relations Firms. Drobis was named as one of PR Week’s ten most influential practitioners of the 20th Century. He holds a M.A. from American University and B.A. from McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland. David also attended Harvard University for Executive Education in Business and Wharton’s Executive Education Master’s Program. Mr. Drobis sat on the Board of the Manhattan Theatre Club for 8 years and was an American University Trustee from 2006-2015. He is currently on the Board of Artis-Naples and Angels Undercover.