Robert has 12 years experience in the field of education. He graduated from Radford University with a Bachelor of Science and concentration in history. He also completed a teacher intern certificate at Delaware Valley University.
Robert began his career in education working at TAPS, an alternative school, in Franklinville, New Jersey. He then worked at an adjudicated youth program in Pennsylvania. In the capacity of a counselor Robert supported students by teaching life skills and social skills. This experience allowed him to develop a thorough understanding of behavior modification. In 2012 Robert completed his teacher intern certificate and accepted a position teaching science and social studies in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Young Scholars Frederick Douglass Charter School. He worked with students in a behavior modification program called PATH Academy. Robert implemented Positive Behavior Supports that motivated students to change their behavior.
Robert then accepted the challenge of joining a turn-around school when he went to teach at Young Scholars Kenderton Charter School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He taught science and social studies with emotional support students ranging from 2nd to 8th grade.
In 2015 Robert was hired by Executive Education Academy Charter School to be the Team Leader for its evolving High School, specifically grades 9 and 10. In recognition of his skill set and demonstrated leadership, Robert has been promoted to Chief School Director responsible for all daily operations of the growing upper school at EEACS.