Changing the world requires clarity of vision and collaborative execution — so Bob’s practice focuses on supporting social sector leaders to develop clear strategies and drive innovative execution.
Bob brings over a dozen years of experience to this practice, leading engagements on a wide range of issues. He has particular expertise in human services topics – including hunger relief, homeless services, housing, public benefits, client service technology, and data sharing. Bob’s work has been profiled in Fast Company, the NY Times, and The Wall Street Journal.
Select Redstone Projects
- The New York City Food Assistance Collaborative built the infrastructure to distribute 16 million more pounds of food each year to food pantries in NYC
- Plentiful – an OpenTable-like app for food pantries – has served over 1 million clients and took first prize in a national startup accelerator
- The Collaborative for Homeless Healthcare is sharing healthcare data and other resources to better serve over 100,000 individuals experiencing homelessness
- Trinity Church Wall Street is pursuing a long-term global strategy to redefine seminary education and establish the field of “mission” real estate development
A driven builder, Bob has led the development and execution of strategies as a member of the staff and board at several different organizations. Prior to joining Redstone in 2016, Bob held strategy and advisory roles at City Harvest, Wellspring Consulting, Slow Food USA, and Karp Resources. Bob also enjoys spending time with his three daughters.
- Yale University Divinity School, MAR; Summa cum laude
- Wabash College, BA; Phi Beta Kappa, Magna cum laude