Bob is an Emmy-winning journalist with twenty years experience, including nine at the national level with NBC and Fox. He was at CNBC during the late 90s and early 2000s -- during the dot com era -- anchoring three hours a day and interviewing business leaders such as Bill Gates, Jack Welch, Suze Orman, Peter Lynch and many others. Bob authored the book; Forbes Best Business Mistakes: How Today's Top Business Leaders Turned Missteps Into Success. He wrote business columns for Success and Gear magazines, and has placed columns in various newspapers throughout the country, including at the Los Angeles Times. He has also written columns for the website HuffingtonPost.com.
At FNC, Bob anchored Fox News Live and reported live from the field on events such as the D.C. Sniper crisis and from Baghdad in 2003 after American forces toppled Saddam Hussein. He interviewed world leaders from Benjamin Netanyahu to Mikhail Gorbachev, and anchored Presidential election night coverage in 2004 as the country went to bed not knowing who the winner was.
Bob was drafted by the Kansas City Royals to play professional baseball out of high school, but passed it up to attend the University of Virginia on a baseball scholarship. Bob is a member of the Board of Advisors for the University's Media Studies Department.
As a journalist, Bob won an Emmy in the category of Breaking News for his coverage of historic floods in Nashville in May of 2010 (where he worked as 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. anchor for NBC affiliate WSMV-TV). He has also worked in Seattle, San Antonio and Medford, Oregon.
Bob's extensive on-air experience at the local and national level makes him uniquely qualified to recognize, recruit, and manage talent. He knows what news directors and network executives are looking for when hiring to differentiate their product. His experience also makes him a fantastic mentor and coach for helping younger clients become successful and veteran clients to keep their strategic edge.
Bob and his wife Anna have twin daughters and live in Nashville. Email Bob at
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