Bob Vosburgh has a rare mix of management and leadership talent having spent half of his professional life in the military and the other half in the corporate world. He has flown over 50 different aircraft, has managed groups
ranging in size from 10 to over 1,000, is a member of Mensa, has personally coached over 1500 medical providers and administrators and receives great reviews on his workshops and keynotes. Bob graduated from college as the #1 ranked Air Force ROTC cadet, with a degree in Aerospace Engineering. He then went on to finish a Masters Degree, and PhD coursework, in Astronautical Engineering. He graduated from pilot training as a distinguished graduate and his class’s “Most Outstanding Second Lieutenant” before finishing his F-111 training as #1 academically, and his class’s Top Gun.
Bob was an instructor pilot for new fighter pilots and departed that assignment as a flight examiner and ranked #1 of over 200 instructor pilots. He taught Aeronautical Engineering at the U.S. Air Force Academy before flying the F-16 in Japan, where he was a Squadron Top Gun. His last military assignment was as an Air Force ROTC Commandant of Cadets, where he taught Leadership, Management, and Officership.
After the Air Force, Bob joined a super-regional bank and managed an institutional sales group which dealt with over 500 banks. He quickly moved to be the broker dealer’s head of strategic programs, where he oversaw the insurance and investment division merger of two multi-billion dollar banks. He then oversaw a regional sales team with emphasis on private banking, trust services, brokerage and investment management.
Bob moved on to become the CEO of a startup company that focused on online brokerage until it was acquired. Four months after the acquisition, Bob was moved to the CEO position of the acquiring company.
Bob founded 9g Enterprises, Inc. to follow his passion of teaching, speaking, coaching and helping organizations implement scientific method for continuous improvement. He surrounded himself with other strong leaders, people who perform a couple standard deviations above the mean! He’s an energizing and motivational leader, responsible for the company vision, strategy and leadership.