April 17, 2020
Currently, Robert F. Bernstock has more than 25 years’ experience as a businessman, including a number of leadership positions with numerous companies. Because of this, he has often been recommended for his skills and abilities in business areas like planning, negotiation and team building. However, his specialty seems to be the area of change management. that is probably because Bob Bernstock firmly believes that the ability to embrace and work through change is easily the most critical skill any company needs, since the only constant in business is change and the ability to meet and overcome it is the best way to greater efficiency and greater profit.

One thing that can be said about Robert F. Bernstock is that he likes to keep very busy. For the last five years or so, for example, Bob has served as a consultant for Central Garden and Pet Company, a leading lawn and garden and pet products marketer. At the same time, he has served as Chairman and CEO of USCI Company and he has served as President and CEO of Medical Services Associates, LLC. That is a lot of work for one plate.
October 18, 2019
Having held leadership roles in many companies, Robert Bernstock has been endorsed for his skills in several business areas. He has been acknowledged for his abilities regarding leadership, strategic planning, negotiation, team building, organizational development, innovation, and change management. That last one is important, as Bob Bernstock firmly believes it is critical to always embrace change, as the best way to make any business more efficient, effective and profitable.

These days, Robert F Bernstock is a very busy businessman. Since January 2014, he has served USCI Company as their CEO and Chairman. At the same time, Bob been President and CEO of Medical Services Associates, LLC since 2015 and he also has been a consultant for Central Garden and Pet Company, a leading national marketer of branded lawn & garden and pet products. Long before that, between 2008 and 2010, Robert F. Bernstock served as President of the Mailing and Shipping Services Division of the United States Postal Service. At the time, the USPS saw more than $70 billion in sales revenue and he developed and marketed the Priority Mail Flat Rate box with the marketing tagline, “a simpler way to ship.”