Robert W. Stewart
Robert W. Stewart is the Vice President of Public Affairs for the Private Equity Council (PEC), a lobby group for the private equity industry.
A biographical note states that Stewart joined the PEC in May 2007. "Between 2005 and 2007, Stewart owned and managed Crossfire Communications, LLC, a public affairs consulting firm with offices in Nevada and Rhode Island. From 2001 until 2005, Stewart served as senior vice president of corporate communications for Caesars Entertainment, Inc., then the world’s largest casino resort company. Based in Las Vegas, Stewart developed and implemented the company’s first comprehensive corporate communications program and was responsible for media and public relations at the company’s 28 properties, located in five countries on four continents," it states. 
"Before moving to Las Vegas, Stewart worked for 12 years in Washington, where he held a series of top communications positions at telecommunications and technology companies. From 1997 through 2000, Stewart was senior vice president of corporate communications at Teligent, a telecommunications start-up company based in Vienna, Virginia. Earlier, he served as director of public policy communications for MCI, and director of communications for the Washington office of Pacific Telesis, then one of the seven Baby Bells. Previously, Stewart spent 18 years as a journalist. From 1989 until 1993 he worked as a reporter and later Washington correspondent for the Los Angeles Times. While writing for the Times, he received awards for public service reporting from the American Bar Association and the California State Bar Association," his biographical note states. 
Robert W. Stewart
Vice President of Public Affairs
Email: roberts AT privateequitycouncil.org
- Private Equity Council, "Council Staff", accessed November 2007.
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