Rob Rehg

regional president, Washington, D.C.

Rob Rehg

Rob has worked in public relations, journalism, politics and public affairs for over 25 years. He managed rollout of reports for the 9-11 Commission and Iraq Study Group and crisis communications for the American Red Cross. His international clients have included the governments of Chile, Portugal, Korea, Malawi, Angola and India.

He previously served as director of communications for the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

In politics, he was chief of staff for Michigan Rep. Bill Schuette and director of communications and policy for Michigan Rep. Dave Camp.

Rob was a congressional correspondent for Hearst Newspapers’ Washington Bureau, an editor, political columnist and reporter for Hearst Newspapers in Michigan and Illinois, and a radio reporter in St. Louis, Missouri.

Rob is on the board of directors for the International Center for Journalists and was an adjunct professor for the University of Virginia’s professional education program. He has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communications from Southern Illinois University.

To contact Rob:
+1-202) 371-0200

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After the Campaign, What Now?

As the historic election of Donald J. Trump starts to sink in, individuals across the country have begun to think through what this unprecedented populist victory will mean for them.

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UNFCCC COP 18: A Global Public Affairs Perspective

Representatives from across the globe recently traveled to Doha, Qatar to convene for the COP 18 talks on climate change. According to Edelman’s senior counselor on energy and the environment Paul Bledsoe, conventional wisdom did not necessarily prevail.

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On The Issues: Senate Freshmen

Today we launched, On the Issues: Senate Freshmen, a web site for you and your clients that details important policy issues from each of the new members.

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Election 2012: The Job Ahead

Edelman strategists Steve Schmidt and Bob Shrum take a look back and a look ahead in this last installment of our “Election 2012” commentary.

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Electoral State of Mind

As we enter the home stretch, our campaign analysts, Republican Steve Schmidt and Democrat Bob Shrum, look beyond the third and final presidential debate and focus on the electoral vote path to victory.

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