Ruby Media Group

Ruby Media Group (RMG) is a full service Public Relations and Social Media Agency in Westchester & Fairfield County. RMG specializes in creating award winning integrated public relations and social media campaigns. Kristen founded RMG with the goal of opening the vast potential of Social Media on the web to companies wishing to build relationships, grow and profit from Web 2.0. Kristen is at the epicenter of the social media-marketing world and frequently speaks to businesses and associations on social media and public relations. She also presents social media workshops for CEO groups to empower business owners to utilize social tools for their networks. Kristen was honored by Columbia University’s Business School to lead a social media workshop for its alumni organization and was chosen to speak on personal brand authenticity at Microsoft. Kristen graduated from Boston University’s College of Communication with a major in Public Relations. Kris has filmed segments on personal branding, social media overload, and how social media is impacting dating on ABC Good Morning CT and NBC. Kris was chosen by the Business Council of Westchester as the youngest “40 Under 40″Rising Stars for 2010, and was chosen as a “Wunderkind” and 30 under 30 mover and shaker in Westchester County by 914 Inc. Magazine in 2011. Most recently, Ruby was featured on BRAVO’s hit show “Millionaire Matchmaker” as a social media expert. Stanger called Ruby “One of the pre-eminent social media experts in the field!” Ruby Media Group won 34 Advertising Club of Westchester (ACW) Big W Awards at the 2012 annual Big W Gala, including the coveted People’s Choice Award. The Big W awards honor the most creative, innovative and memorable public relations, marketing and advertising campaigns in the region.

  • Industry: Advertising & Marketing
  • Year Started: 2009
  • Organization Type: For-Profit
  • # of Employees: 2 ( as of Jan 1, 2012)

Kris Ruby

Considered one of the preeminent social media experts in America, Kris Ruby has been a pioneer in the social media industry. Kris Ruby’s guidance in social media continues to help the American public navigate the rocky social media waters, and it has made her one of the most sought after social media experts by the media and one of the most recognized experts in the social media field in the country. Ruby has been a contributing columnist for FORBES Woman, Inside Chappaqua, Westchester Magazine and countless other publications. Kris Ruby is a frequent guest on News 12, ABC, NBC, BRAVO!, CBS and many more! She has been featured in numerous media outlets including FORBES, FORBES WOMAN, AOL Small Business, Mashable, Entrepreneur Magazine, MSN Finance, The YEC and more! Ruby was chosen to lead speaking engagements on social media & personal branding for Columbia Business Schools Alumni Club of NY, Microsoft, The American Bar Association, The San Diego County Bar Association, The Northern Westchester County Bar Association and more! She was the youngest ever to be chosen as The Business Council of Westchester’s Rising Stars, and most recently 914INC Magazine dubbed her a “Wunderkind” of Westchester County. Ruby resides in Greenwich, CT and has offices in Greenwich, CT and Mt. Kisco, NY. Ruby is a graduate of Boston University’s College of Communication and has network experience in Los Angeles, California and London. One of her foremost girls as a female entrepreneur is to encourage other students that entrepreneurship is a viable career path upon graduation in today’s economy. In 2012, Kris Ruby was honored to be chosen by Mercy College as the Keynote Speaker for “Miss Independent,” a Young Women's Conference held by Mercy College's Opportunity Programs Department hosted by C-Step, STEP and Upward Bound. The goal of the Young Women's Conference is to empower and inspire the young high school and college women. The College Opportunity Programs Department at Mercy College houses six programs funded by the New York State Department of Education and the United States Department of Education. Three of these programs host the Young Women’s Conference every other year to motivate the young women of the Collegiate Science Technology Entry Program (C-STEP), the Science Technology Entry Program (STEP) and the Upward Bound programs to empower themselves in all realms of their lives. The "Miss Independent" theme goal was chosen to motivate young women to achieve their goals on their own terms with the strength and grace of a woman. Upward Bound Coordinator Jaclyn Cooke said, “In keeping with our theme, “Miss Independent,” Kris is the ideal woman role model for these students. Reaching success at such an early age is a credit to her character and determination. Our programs aim to motivate and encourage our young women to finish high school, go to college and pursue their dreams. This is exactly what Kris did and why she is the perfect woman to speak with our girls and kick off the Young Women’s Conference right!”

  • Age: 31
  • Ethnicity: Caucasian