Robert Flock is an accomplished government relations and public policy professional who has advised Fortune 500 companies, national trade associations, and other entities. As Director of Advocacy for Credit Union National Association (CUNA), he interfaces with the House Republican Conference and Administration on behalf of America’s 115 million credit union members and counsels CUNA’s leadership team and its 38 state and regional leagues on legislative, regulatory, and political matters.
Throughout his career, Robert has been involved with numerous congressional, statewide, and national campaigns. Following his time at the 2016 Republican National Convention and in the battleground state of Wisconsin, he served as Associations General Liaison for the 58th Presidential Inaugural Committee.
Previously, Robert was a Policy Advisor at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck where he represented dozens of clients before Congress and managed the firm's political action committee. He began his career at Quinn Gillespie & Associates.
Robert is a member of the The Exchequer Club Of Washington, DC and has held board and committee positions with The Fund for American Studies and The National Republican Club of Capitol Hill, respectively. He earned a BA in Government from Georgetown University.