Our Team


Eric Stewart is a Partner with the Washington DC firm of Williams & Jensen, PLLC. Mr. Stewart represents clients before the Administration, Congress and select foreign governments on a range of international and domestic policy matters. Mr. Stewart also serves as President of the following six business groups:

Prior to joining Williams & Jensen, Mr. Stewart served as the U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary for Europe/Eurasia at the Department of Commerce and as a Senior Advisor to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

In 2006, Mr. Stewart was awarded the Officer's Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary by the President of Hungary for his outstanding contributions to fostering Hungarian-American economic relations.  In 2012, Mr. Stewart was awarded the Knights Cross of the Order of Merit by the President of the Republic of Poland for Mr. Stewart’s formation of the US-Poland Business Council.  He is also a member of the Atlantic Council.

Mr. Stewart, who holds a bachelor's degree from Ohio University, also served three years on the University's National Alumni Board of Directors as well as received the Ohio University 2002 Outstanding Recent Graduate Award.

Mr. Stewart is often called upon by Members of Congress for his views on bilateral and regional economic relations with foreign countries.


Senior Vice President

James Burchfield served as a Congressional staffer for over six years. Most recently, he functioned as Senior Policy Adviser to Chairman Steve Chabot where he led the Congressman’s strategic policy agenda on foreign policy and judiciary issues. Additionally, he served as a Professional Staff Member for the House Committee on Small Business where he spearheaded the Committee’s cyber security and trade agendas. James also worked as majority staff on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and the Subcommittee on Asia & the Pacific where he focused on trade, cyber security, and unconventional energy in Asia. James is currently a visiting fellow at the Antonin Scalia Law School’s National Security Institute. James earned his bachelor’s degree in economics and international affairs from Loyola University of Chicago and has received executive education from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government in trade policy.


Vice President

Luke Myers is an International Government Affairs Manager at Williams & Jensen, and the Vice President of ACEBA, USHBC, ALBC, and AMRO. He works closely with Congress, the U.S. Administration, and select foreign governments to promote American trade and commercial relationships abroad. Mr. Myers has organized international policy conferences with participation from cabinet-level officials of the U.S. and overseas governments. Previously, Mr. Myers worked in the office of U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown on a variety of issues, including education, labor, and international trade.

Director of Research

Henry Homans is a Legislative Analyst at Williams & Jensen. He serves as Research Director for the American-Central European Business Association and as Policy Director for the USTBC. Prior to his arrival at Williams & Jensen, Henry gained experience on Capitol Hill working for a U.S. Senator and a House Leadership office. He also completed a Harvard Business School Extension program focused on business analytics and financial accounting. Henry holds a bachelor’s degree in History from Denison University where he was a member of the 2016 Division III National Champion Swimming and Diving Program.


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