Veteran real estate publicist Alyson Grala returns To Rubenstein Public Relations as Vice President

by | Sep 18, 2020

Alyson Grala has returned to Rubenstein Public Relations, where she will serve as Vice President, it was announced today by Richard Rubenstein, president and CEO. She will be working with the corporate team and using her expertise to build brand exposure through strategic media relations and message development for a diverse portfolio of clients.

Grala previously worked at Great Ink Communications, where she was an Account Director, Media Relations & Communications, overseeing programs for clients in the real estate, design, engineering, finance and development sectors, including Hines, CBRE, RFR and Savanna. A former real estate journalist, she also served as Managing Editor at GlobeSt for three years and Associate Editor at License! Magazine for four years. Grala has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Mary Washington College.

During her previous tenure at Rubenstein PR, she was responsible for developing and executing initiatives on behalf of clients within the corporate and real estate industries, such as Brown Harris Stevens, Witkoff and The Ark at JFK.

“Alyson is an experienced communications professional with a strong background in journalism and we are always enthusiastic when expert practitioners return to the agency,” said Rubenstein.

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