Steward Media Names New Vice President


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WEST BLOOMFIELD— Business Development Consulting Firm Steward Media is leading the way in developing partnerships between Jewish, Chaldean and other communities of Metropolitan Detroit. Steward Media is developing its own partnership between Derek Dickow, Founder of Steward Media and a proud leader in the Chaldean community, and Ryan Fishman, its new Vice President of Strategic Consultation and an up and coming leader in the Jewish community.

“These partnerships are important, and there’s been a lot of existential and philosophical conversations about building bridges between our communities. I’m proud to say we are laying the bricks and mortar here, at Steward Media, by coming together and helping each other to develop and grow this relationship between our similar communities,” said Dickow.

Steward Media works to develop and grow the brand of non‐profits, businesses, associations, and political candidates. Dickow and Fishman hope to help expand the company’s reach by bringing together their respective areas of expertise to better serve their clients. 

Fishman is a former talk show host, news reporter and anchor, and political consultant working with area candidates for elected office. His strategic insight and background in media, publicity, and politics bring a new perspective to an established business presence that both feel is bound to help Steward Media make waves.

“I’m excited about the opportunity to be involved with a company and a team that has shown an unprecedented dedication and commitment to its community through charity and leadership and can only hope to help Steward Media grow and expand. This is a great moment of opportunity to bring together two communities through partnering on both chances for business and to give back,” said Fishman.

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