Patrick Rosenstiel is the founder and CEO of Ainsley Shea Communications, a Twin Cities-based marketing communications and public affairs firm. He is the former chairman of the board of the Newborn Foundation, a Minnesota-based international 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that advocates for newborn screening and works to develop and implement programs, technologies, and policies that reduce infant mortality. He is a nationally recognized figure in the world of public affairs, international relations, public relations, and market research.

Having cut his teeth in the political campaign world, Pat brings nearly two decades of senior-level public affairs expertise to the table. With a proactive philosophy toward public affairs, he has advanced initiatives related to defense, Social Security reform, Medicare Part D, and drug re-importation. He has won impressive brand victories for Pfizer, Progress for America, Business Roundtable, Recombinetics, Inc., the United States Chamber of Commerce, and Fortune 500 companies that compete in regulated industries. As a media relations professional, he has placed his clients in The Washington Post, Fox News, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal, as well as hundreds of regional broadcast, local, and trade media relevant to the geo-specific needs of the client. In addition, Pat presently serves as a senior consultant to the National Popular Vote campaign.