In his time with Truscott Rossman, Rob has played a key role in several campaigns, helping coordinate activities for a 400-member coalition representing more than a million members and employees throughout Southeast Michigan. He also was an integral part of the team that helped pass Michigan’s landmark 2016 energy reform legislation.
He joined the Truscott Rossman team as an account executive after a year-long internship with the firm and was promoted to senior account executive in 2019. He contributes skills in research, writing, media relations and campaign and coalition management, and his insight into, and ability to develop, strategy has made him an asset to the firm and our clients.
Prior to joining Truscott Rossman, Robert interned in the House of Representatives for the 17th District where he worked on energy, agriculture, taxation and constituent relations. He received his B.A. from Michigan State University where he majored in political science – world politics with a focus on comparative political systems and political economics. During the course of his studies he also attended school at Regent’s University London and the University of Edinburgh with coursework tailored to examine the differences in Western democracies and the effects of war in shaping today’s European political landscape.