Drew Train is the Co-Founder and President of OBERLAND, a purpose-driven branding agency located in SoHo and an award winning branding expert specializing in cause marketing and driving social change through traditional, digital, social, and mobile campaigns on a National and Global scale. Prior to founding OBERLAND with Bill Oberlander in 2014, Drew started the social-good practice at J. Walter Thompson New York, called JWT Ethos, and has worked with brands like HSBC, Verizon, UPS, Puma, Lufthansa, and Tiffany & Co. in the U.S. and Shanghai. He serves on the Board of Directors for Summer Infant, Inc., the Resource Development Committee for Services for the UnderServed, the Planning Committee for the CEO Summit on Mental Health in the Workplace and is a member of Forbes Agency Council. Drew’s work has been featured in Fast Company, Forbes, Hypebeast, Mashable, Gothamist and The Street.
He holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Richmond and resides in New Jersey with his wife and three children. Drew remarked upon his commitment to NAMI’s mission, “Witnessing the impact of PTSD and homelessness for our veterans here in NYC, and supporting family members living with mental health conditions roots me firmly alongside of NAMI’s constituents and affiliates, it is an honor to be an ally and to support their tremendous advocacy as a member of the Board.”