Our Team

Bob Ewing


Bob helps people to grow and connect.  


He has coached thousands of professionals, activists, and students, empowering them to explain complex ideas in clear, compelling terms.  Through individualized trainings and interactive workshops, Bob helps people nationwide and beyond connect with their audiences through empathic listening, public speaking, and networking. 


Prior to founding The Ewing School, Bob pioneered a communications training program at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, where he also built and led a record-setting media relations team.  He was Director of Communications for the Institute for Justice, which has received more than two dozen national communications awards, and held the inaugural Leonard E. Read Research Fellow position at the Foundation for Economic Education. He continues to serve FEE as an alumni board member. 


Bob is wilderness first aid certified and enjoys climbing mountains, floating rivers, and being unplugged outside with his partner and puppy.

Maryrose Milkovich

Chief Operating Officer

Maryrose grew up on a cattle ranch in rural Montana, and now she now keeps the trains running on time at The Ewing School.


She earned her MBA at George Mason University and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History at Rocky Mountain College. In her spare time, she enjoys floating rivers, researching tiny homes, and spending time with her family.


Chief Negotiating Officer

Ollie is the guy who makes things happen. 


He has wagged his tail and given kisses to hundreds of people nationwide, helping them smile and enjoy the present moment. He is as constant in his devotion as the sun in its journey through the heavens.


Prior to joining The Ewing School, Ollie believes he started a nonprofit dedicated to protecting the Third Amendment. He is proud that since its inception, not a single British soldier has been quartered in an American house. (Ollie has no formal legal education.) 


Ollie enjoys playing Monster, snuggling with his family, and eating socks.