Robert has held various management roles at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and retired after over 24 years of service. Robert specialized in Corruption, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Healthcare/pharmaceutical Fraud, Financial Institution Fraud, and Crisis Management. He served as the FBI, New York Supervisory Special Agent and Public Corruption Coordinator managing numerous investigations of elected and appointed public officials.
At retirement, Robert served as the FBI New York’s Crisis Management Coordinator responsible for the management of FBI specialty teams including SWAT, evidence recovery, special events, VIP and dignitary protection, command post operations, and international FBI crisis deployments. Robert recently managed the FBI, New York’s security posture for Super Bowl 2014, the New York City Marathon, and the 2015 NBA All-Star Game. In addition to his investigative responsibilities, Robert served as a Senior member of the FBI New York SWAT Team responsible for the execution of all high risk arrests and security operations.
Prior to his appointment with the FBI, Robert was an Assistant International Stock Trader and Internal Auditor at a major financial institution and Fortune 500 corporation. He is Series 7 and 63 certified.
Robert has also lectured and provided training around the world on corruption, white collar crime, fraud detection and prevention, and crisis management.