About Stuart Pearlman
Pearlman is known for his work in public relations and financial communications on behalf of major organizations, well-regarded business and professional services firms, and entrepreneurial companies operating in the front ranks of modern technology.

A former top-level corporate communications executive, Stuart began to develop his expertise in public relations and corporate affairs at IBM Corporation and the General Electric Company earlier in his career. Subsequently, he held senior PR management positions with Chemical Stuart Pearlman Bank; Loral Corporation; privately held Thyssen-Bornemisza and Indian Head, its publicly held, diversified U.S. industrial subsidiary.

In 1983, and capitalizing on his corporate experience and achievements, he opened and built Stuart Pearlman & Company into a mid-sized financial and public relations consulting firm, which was acquired in 1997 by a high-tech San Francisco-based agency. After successfully completing the deal’s contractual “earn-out," he joined forces with The Torrenzano Group, where he further developed capabilities on behalf of energy- and other technology-related companies, as well as honing his skills on crisis and communications strategy assignments.

Over the years, clients have included U.S.-based and overseas industrial corporations, established and start-up high-technology and alternative energy companies, name-brand financial institutions, retailers, consumer products manufacturers, and leading professional and business services firms.

Stuart takes a client-centered approach to his engagements. That means listening, learning and understanding clients’ needs; respecting their expertise; the thorough, practical development of ideas and recommendations, and a keen appreciation of both the short- and long-range implications of decisions and action plans. Stuart also believes in treating time and money as precious resources, in relationships that build confidence and keep confidences, and, importantly, in achieving desired results … since that’s how the score is kept.

A former member of the Arthur W. Page Society and the PR Seminar, Stuart is a longstanding member and one-time chairman of The Wisemen. In addition, he serves on the Executive Committee of Scarsdale Synagogue.