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Rob Scholars

Robert Sholars

Managing Director

Robert is an expert in critical communications and stakeholder engagement. He provides senior counsel to organizations facing challenges that affect their reputation, valuation, or ability to achieve business objectives.

Robert has nearly 15 years of experience managing complex legal, political, regulatory, and financial issues for clients in the private, public, and social sectors. Prior to joining Teneo, Robert was director of communications at the Special Inspector General for TARP, a federal law enforcement agency that investigates financial institution crime. He was a senior public affairs adviser at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and held a variety of roles at other consultancies, including Brunswick Group, McKinsey & Company, and APCO Worldwide.

Robert is a graduate of Lewis & Clark College. He also has master’s degree in international economic policy from Columbia University’s School of International & Public Affairs.