Rob is a gifted teacher, trainer and facilitator who has worked extensively with educational, corporate and nonprofit clients. His inclusive and interactive approach create avenues of communication that encourage participation from those with different learning and personality styles. His areas of expertise include creativity, innovation, strategy, personal/group productivity and emotional intelligence.
Rob has provided keynotes, trainings and facilitations for a wide array of organizations including the NSA, MedStar Health, The World Bank, Maryland Fund for Excellence, Heim Lantz, The New Jersey Hospital Association, Leadership Development Institute, Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Chrysler, Northwestern Mutual, the TEACH Institute and Gilchrist Hospice. Rob is a multi-award winning nonprofit leader, and is also a Licensed Consultant from The Standards for Excellence Institute®, the authoritative thought leader on nonprofit governance, leadership and best practices, a Certified Coach from The HeartMath© Institute and holds an Executive Leadership Certificate from Cornell University.
Rob has served in critical roles throughout Anne Arundel County Public Schools as an arts integration teacher, professional development presenter for educators, counselors, social workers and ESL staff, and was the first Artist-In-Residence at the renowned Bates Middle School, where he collaborated with the math team.
“With your ideas and those ideas that you generated from everyone in attendance, our volunteers obtained a wealth of activities that they can do to enhance their work with their clients. Some of the other concepts you introduced will also help in deepening their work.” Diane Sancilio, Director of Volunteer Services, Hospice of the Chesapeake
“Just a note to say thanks again, for the great job you did as our closing plenary presenter at this year’s Mennonite Health Assembly in Louisville, Kentucky in March. You met and exceeded our expectations in speaking to creativity in our work and service settings. It was clear you had researched your audience.” Tim Stair, Mennonite Health Services