For 33 years Bob served in various capacities at Procter & Gamble (P&G) with the last four as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from 2009 to 2013.
Procter & Gamble is a multi-national corporation that provides name brand consumer products for personal care and health care. Learn more about Bob’s positive impact on the growth of P&G and how his leadership helped to add almost one billion people to its customer base.
In 2014 President Barack Obama nominated Bob to the position of United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs. The selection of Bob to lead the VA was due in large part to his very successful corporate career in leading Procter & Gamble.
As one of the largest departments in the U.S. government, the department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is tasked with providing comprehensive healthcare to veterans from all branches of the United States Military. Learn more about Bob’s experiences and results achieved while at the helm of the VA.
Bob serves on several corporate and non-profit boards where he is able to bring a depth of knowledge from his past experiences at P&G and the VA that help to create a strong vision for the future. Learn more about Bob’s board member activities and special projects.
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Cadets, staff and faculty gathered at Washington Hall to attend the annual Sylvanus Thayer Award Banquet to honor philanthropist Kenneth Fisher as this year’s awardee for his dedicated service to military service members and veterans on Oct. 6 at the U.S. Military Academy. Through his steadfast leadership of the Fisher House Foundation, Fisher provided, at […]
We had the honor of recently attending the Elizabeth Dole Foundation Heroes & History Makers Celebration, the ten-year anniversary of the foundation. Diane and I sat at the head table with Senator Dole, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley, USAA CEO Wayne and Ginney Peacock, Hilton EVP Danny and Sharon Hughes, […]
Cadets and graduates will always share an unwavering commitment to service—a desire to contribute to something larger than themselves. West Point Ready is an opportunity to do just that and to honor West Point’s legacy of service. Before us is one, bold vision for the Academy and the Corps of Cadets. The campaign’s first significant […]