Ronn D. Torossian is an American public relations executive, founder of New York City-based 5W Public Relations (5WPR), and author. His public relations firm, 5WPR, had revenues of about $21 million in 2015. As a public relations executive, Torossian built his firms brand through aggressive media tactics, which has, at times, enmeshed him in controversy. Torossian was born in Brooklyn, New York, grew up in The Bronx and attended Stuyvesant High School in New York City. While at SUNY Albany, Torossian became national president of the North American branch of Betar, the international Zionist youth movement associated with Israels Likud party. In 1994, Torossian and Rabbi Avi Weiss publicly protested against the awarding of the Nobel Peace Price to Yassar Arafat, and were detained and released. After college, he moved to Israel, and co-founded with fellow Betar members who also became Israeli politicians, Danny Danon and Yoel Hasson, an organization called "Yerushalayim Shelanu" (Our Jerusalem), which promoted Israeli settlement in Eastern Jerusalem.