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NCTA Names Mark Kulish and Robert N. Rubinovitz as New Senior Executive Hires

NCTA Names Mark Kulish and Robert N. Rubinovitz as New Senior Executive Hires

March , 12 , 2018

Washington, D.C. – NCTA – The Internet & Television Association today announced two new senior hires for the organization. Mark Kulish joins as Senior Vice President, Finance & Administration, on March 12th and Robert N. Rubinovitz as Vice President, Research & Analysis, starting April 2nd.

 

Mark Kulish joins NCTA from US Telecom where he has served as Senior Vice President, Administration and CFO and previously as Vice President of Finance since 2003. He takes over the position from Bruce Carnes who recently retired from NCTA.

 

While at US Telecom, Kulish was the principal administrator and strategic business advisor to the CEO and responsible for financial planning, human resources, and other association management duties. He previously was Vice President of Finance at Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide in Washington, D.C., and Financial Director at ADP – Integrated Medical Solutions in Bethesda, Maryland.

 

Kulish received an MBA in Finance & Accounting from the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago, and a B.A in Economics from the College of William & Mary.

 

Robert Rubinovitz was most recently Deputy Chief Economist at the U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration. Prior to this, he held positions in the Antitrust Division at the U.S. Department of Justice and at NERA Economic Consulting.

 

While at the Commerce, Rubinovitz concentrated on analyzing major economic data releases, such as GDP, personal income and durable goods, for the Secretary of Commerce and other senior officials. He is also a recipient of a Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Achievement in the Federal Service.

 

Rubinovitz earned a PhD in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Economics and History from University of Pennsylvania.