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NC Free Enterprise Foundation Executive Explores Business Implications Of Upcoming Election at July
Joe Stewart explores the 2016 Elections in North Carolina, offering updates, insights, and the impact on our battleground state.
By: NC Executive Roundtable
In the course of an election cycle, Joe Stewart makes over 100 presentations to executive management teams, PAC boards, business trade associations, local Chambers, and many other business groups all across North Carolina.
“We are honored to have Joe Stewart speak to the NC Executive Roundtable,”
NCFEF is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, business-oriented organization that conducts research and analysis on candidates, campaigns, voter attitudes, and demographic changes that impact North Carolina’s political landscape.
NCFEF provides objective insights business leaders need in order to understand what’s happening in elections. Because NCFEF does not endorse candidates nor participate in campaign activities and does not lobby for or against specific public policy proposals, the information provided is authentic and unbiased.
Prior to coming on board at NCFEF, Steward ran his own consulting business, providing corporations and trade associations assistance on issue advocacy and political engagement strategies. He also served as Political Director of the NC Chamber of Commerce from 2009 - 2012 and presided over the Chamber’s first-ever efforts to support pro-business candidates during the 2010 elections.
In 2010, Stewart received the Business and Industry Political Action Committee (BIPAC) President’s Award for Outstanding Leadership & Service, in recognition of his work on voter registration and get-out-the-
Steward currently serves on the board of the Association Executives of North Carolina (AENC) and is a member of NC Chapter of the National Federation of Independent Businesses’ (NFIB) Leadership Council; he also serves on the boards of The Hope Center, a non-profit that helps young people aging out of foster care in Wake County, NC. He is active in his church and with his daughter’s various sports teams.
Costs to attend the NCER monthly luncheons is $25 for members and $35 for guests. For more information or to register for the event, visit: http://www.ncer1.org/
About North Carolina Executive Roundtable (NCER):
North Carolina Executive Roundtable is the premier professional association of highly capable senior executives who are sought after by business and industry for their unparalleled expertise and recognized for their contributions to the greater community. For a senior executive in a small-to-midsize business, NCER is a nonprofit professional association that provides a forum for building trusted relationships among members which fosters a culture where peers discuss and explore business ideas and challenges in an open, receptive environment. For more information, visit http://www.ncer1.org.