Rob began his career in Big 4 Public Accounting, providing auditing, tax and advisory services to both publicly traded and middle-market companies. Since then, he has worked exclusively with clients in logistics, e-commerce, consulting, technology, manufacturing and Not-For-Profit sectors, with typical annual revenues ranging from
$2M - $50M. Rob has helped them develop best practices in their respective accounting, finance and operations areas, as well as lead and execute organization-wide strategic planning initiatives.
While based in Maryland, Rob's clients are located all across the U.S.
Rob is a member of the Maryland Association of CPA's (MACPA) Business & Industry Committee, which develops programs that assist CPA's to become more strategic leaders within the organizations they serve. He currently serves on The Associated Jewish Federation of Baltimore's Caring & Community Relations Managing Council, charged with helping its member agencies drive progress towards community goals and financial / operational excellence. He is an immediate past board member of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore, serving on its Finance, Strategic Planning and Membership committees, as well as chairing the Abilities & Inclusion commission. Rob earned his B.S. in Accounting from Drexel University. He is a certified public accountant that maintains active membership in both the AICPA and MACPA.
Why I Do What I Do
Throughout both my professional and community endeavours, I have always enjoyed helping entrepreneurs and organizations explore and find their own sense of mission (i.e. assist them in discovering their "Why") and working closely with them to achieve success and grow the value of their businesses.
Most important, I believe in encouraging owners and management to lead intentionally, to obtain buy-in from their employees and to pursue visibility and accountability at all levels of their organization. I take a hands-on approach with all of my engagements, working closely with and collaborating regularly with ownership, management and staff to develop sound solutions and working through issues that may arise.
In my philanthropic endeavors, I get the most satisfaction volunteering with the people who are benefitting from our work. From bringing the excitement of playoff baseball to young patients at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, through my partnership with the Phillies, to providing support to the JCC of Greater Baltimore in the areas of Abilities & Inclusion, Camping and Strategic Planning, the opportunity to deliver happiness and positive energy to people is second only to getting to team up with the staff and volunteers of these organizations who dedicate their lives to making their part of the world a little brighter.
Ultimately, I strive to challenge the way you do business in order to help you solidify your core values and assist you in achieving success. To find out all the ways I can help you, click HERE
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