Ron Demeter has led many of Vectis Strategies' successful public relations and communications campaigns since the company’s founding in 2013. At Vectis, Demeter’s strategic counsel has contributed to the entitlement or sale of several billion dollars of real estate including the Frank Gehry-designed Grand Avenue Project in downtown Los Angeles, the nine-figure acquisition of a government technology start-up, and the launch of a new NYSE-traded national bank. His relationships have led to clients frequently appearing in top-tier outlets such as 60 Minutes, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Los Angeles Times, as well as strategically important local and industry publications. The grandson of Holocaust survivors, he is passionate about his work for USC Shoah Foundation, established during the filming of Schindler’s List to preserve the testimonies of survivors and witnesses of genocides.
Previously, he served as the Senior Media Strategist for the Los Angeles Office of MWW, one of the world’s largest public relations firms. Prior to MWW, Demeter was an advisor on several Los Angeles-area political campaigns. As a journalist, he worked in NBC News’ Capitol Hill bureau and as Editor-in-Chief of his college newspaper, The Johns Hopkins News-Letter.