Robert is the President and Owner of TAB Treasure Valley. Over the past 30 years, Robert served in a variety of government and corporate positions, including senior leadership positions at the Pentagon and Lockheed Martin Skunk Works®. He led an elite team of high-altitude aviators in worldwide reconnaissance operations, streamlined sustainment processes for complex military systems, built relationships with key suppliers to improve on-time delivery rates, and developed training and leadership development programs for employees and management teams. Through these experiences, Robert understands the importance of disciplined strategic planning, as well as the value of relationships that facilitate clear and authentic communication.
Robert’s passion is working with local business owners. Business owners are the lifeblood of our community and their success is the foundation of our vibrant economy. Through one-on-one coaching, and facilitating advisory boards of local business leaders, Robert helps business owners find the harmony between personal and professional goals to improve their personal lives and financial bottom lines.
Robert graduated from the United States Air Force Academy with a BS in Political Science and the Naval War College with a MA in National Security and Strategic Studies. He also graduated from Central Michigan University with a MS in Management and Administration.
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