Rob and his family moved to Idaho from Indiana in 2019. While in Indiana, Beiswenger led the campaign to make the Hoosier State a “Right to Work State” and thereby free employees across Indiana from mandatory membership in workplace unions. In part because of Beiswenger’s efforts, Indiana ultimately passed state-level Right to Work legislation in 2012.
In 2009, Beiswenger and his wife Crystal founded Collaborative Behavior Solutions, a business that provides in-home therapy for children with autism. This business still runs in Indianapolis, Indiana today.
Rob now works for Idaho-based Money Metals Exchange, the precious metals dealer named “Best Overall” in the U.S. by Investopedia, a world investment authority. Money Metals helps Americans protect themselves against inflation and financial turmoil by diversifying a portion of their savings into physical gold and silver.