Board of directors
Robert N. Pyle
Robert N. Pyle has been in the Washington political arena for over forty years. Mr. Pyle began his career as a Senior Staff Member to Rep. Margaret Heckler (R-MA); Rep. Ben Gilman (R-NY); Rep. David Emery (R-ME); Rep. Herbert Warburton (R-DE); and Rep. Perkins Bass (R-NH). Subsequently, Mr. Pyle was a campaign consultant to the Republican National Committee advising over fifty congressional, senatorial and gubernatorial campaigns throughout New England, the South and the Midwest. Mr. Pyle has been the subject of a front page article in The Wall Street Journal and a televised Bill Moyer's Journal political piece. He also served as an advisor to the Dole for President Campaign in 1988. In 1970, Mr. Pyle formed Robert N. Pyle & Associates, Inc., a multi-service public relations firm. The firm represents a wide range of clients in the agriculture, metals, and food industries as well as charitable and international organizations. Additionally, he serves as the President of the Independent Bakers Association, and he was a founding director of the Small Business Legislative Council. Mr. Pyle is Secretary-Treasurer of the Bulgarian-American Business Center. During World War II, Mr. Pyle served the U.S. Army in Europe, and in 1946 he covered the Paris Peace Conference and the Nuremberg Trials as a reporter for Stars & Stripes. Mr. Pyle received his B.A. from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and attended the graduate division of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business.