Robert Stewart


Robert Stewart got started writing speeches for New Jersey Governor Christie Whitman during her 1998 re-election campaign. From there, he has written large audience speeches and remarks for the Presidents-CEOs and executive officers of PhRMA, GBTA and other national trade associations, nonprofits such as The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, members of Congress, federal officials from DHS and NIH, and persons from network news and Hollywood. In 2008 he wrote a speech for President-elect Obama. He has written op-eds and presentation materials for leaders in health care and medicine, university presidents, and public relations firms in Washington and New York.

Stewart is the author of acclaimed nonfiction books on the Olympic sport of rowing, the U.S. Naval Academy, and West Point.

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