Bob Witeck Discusses Census 2010 and the LGBTQ Community

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Bob Witeck Bob Witeck joins us on SistersTalk Radio to discuss the US Census and why it's important for members of the LGBTQ community to be counted in Census 2010.

Bob is the CEO and co-founder of Witeck-Combs Communications. He has more than 30 years professional communications experience in the private sector and in public service. Bob frequently serves as senior counselor and strategist as well as specialist in crisis communications for many of the firm’s clients.

Before co-founding Witeck-Combs Communications in 1993, he was senior vice president for Hill & Knowlton Public Affairs, a global public relations and public affairs firm. On Capitol Hill for over a decade, Witeck also served as communications director for the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation and as a Senate press secretary and legislative assistant. He is a graduate with distinction of the University of Virginia as an Echols Scholar.

In 2006 Bob Witeck and Wes Combs co-authored Business Inside Out (Kaplan Publishing), considered the first-ever book on marketing insights, practical tips and strategies targeting the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender market.

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