Fluent in Spanish, conversational in Portuguese and Korean, Bob has designed and conducted leadership, team development and diversity programs for corporations, educational institutions, and entrepreneurial firms all over the world.
The combination of diverse life experiences as a combat veteran, a master-parachutist, high school Dean of Students, endurance racer, father-of-two, School Board member and a former homeless person, Bob holds unique insights into the power of understanding and appreciating those different from himself.
A volunteer and leader for numerous causes, Bob served as the first ever Chairperson for the American Cancers Society’s Nordic Relay for Life. He is a Board Member of The Bishop Marshall School and is a member of numerous organizations and events for which her raises money and volunteers including The Wounded Warrior Program, Home for Hospitalized Veterans, The Make-A-Wish Foundation, Compassion International and a myriad of orphanages around the world.
A veteran of fourteen continental marathons and four ultra-marathons and five international marathons, Bob remains athletically active participating in events as far ranging as the third ever marathon on Antarctica, The Mount Everest Marathon, The Himalaya 100 mile Stage Race, The Vermont 100, and other off-road endurance running events. Up next for Bob is a self-contained 160 mile race across The Egyptian Desert on behalf of hospitalized veterans.
As a former Candidate for U.S. Congress and aspiring political leader, Bob has learned and now holds a high level of empathy for the pressures and demands of people everywhere.
Bob and his wife Heather, have two children Sierra and Camden and two Labradors Boulder and Shackelton.