Rob Densen is co-founder of Leaders of the Lung Cancer Free World, a lung cancer awareness and education campaign, and CEO of <a href="www.tillerllc.com" target="_hplink">Tiller, LLC</a>, which works with major corporations and professional associations in the development and implementation of leading edge advocacy marketing programs. He frequently <a href="http://www.tillerllc.com/pdf/Final_Cause_Commerce.pdf" target="_hplink">writes</a> and speaks on the benefits of aligning causes with corporate interests and competencies. His company has devised and implemented high-visibility advocacy programs on a wide range of topics, from the long-term impact of <a href="http://www.alliancebernstein.com/CmsObjectCDC/PDF/AB_CDC_PRWhycantJohnny.pdf" target="_hplink">college debt</a>, to <a href="http://www.hellogrief.org/httpwp/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/General-Population-Release-FINAL1.pdf" target="_hplink">childhood bereavement</a>, to <a href="http://www.ing-usa.com/us/aboutING/Newsroom/pressreleases/1050792.html" target="_hplink">minority financial empowerment</a>, to <a href="http://money.cnn.com/magazines/moneymag/moneymag_archive/2004/07/01/372748/index.htm" target="_hplink">women and home repair</a>. <br />
Prior to forming Tiller in February of 2003, Rob served for 11 years as senior vice president and director of corporate affairs at OppenheimerFunds, Inc. (OFI). At OFI, Rob reported to the CEO and was responsible for advertising/brand management, media relations, employee and executive communications, and charitable giving. In addition, Rob directed OFI's advocacy marketing efforts and initiated the company's landmark "Women & Investing" program. In March 2003, OppenheimerFunds' PR team was named the <a href="http://www.prweekus.com/small-corporate-communications-team-of-the-year-2003/article/130055/" target="_hplink">best small PR department</a> in America by PRWeek magazine.