One does not simply begin running and working for Fortune 1000 companies. They must have invested years in their career building both a skill set and a reputation. Without both of these, it is impossible to be successful at obtaining one of these positions, let alone holding on to it. Without the skills, even if a person could get hired, they would not be able to perform at the expected level. And without the reputation, a company can feel shorted when it comes to the price an executive can cost at such a company.
Robert F Bernstock has spent years both gaining the necessary skills as well as the outstanding reputation needed to succeed at a large conglomerate company. His passion is to work on projects that both oversee the current happenings as well as have the opportunity to plan for the future. Over his fifteen year career, Robert F Bernstock has held positions such as CEO, President as well as Executive Vice President for not one, but three different Fortune 1000 companies. In addition to this, he has also served on the Board of Directors for these companies. Outside of the private sector, he has held the position of President for one of the United States largest Federal Government Agencies. Whether the private sector or the public sector, Robert F Bernstock is always looking for ways to better the companies he works for and runs.