Robert J. DeColfmacker, M.P.A.

Robert J. DeColfmackerBob DeColfmacker has over 30 years of experience in higher education, entrepreneurship and nonprofit governance. He’s been a faculty member, administrator, college president, trustee and board chairman and has significant entrepreneurial experience in both the proprietary and nonprofit sectors of postsecondary education. Bob’s formed and developed private business enterprises and has successfully guided turnarounds of colleges and real estate development projects. He also has significant governance experience, having spent time as trustee and commissioner in both higher education and healthcare related enterprises, including serving as trustee and board chairman of Wentworth-Douglass Hospital. His interest and expertise lies in strategic management and financial planning for colleges and universities, as well as board training and development. Prior to joining Stevens Strategy, Bob was Chairman of the Board of Learning Tools, a diversified education services company. He has also served as Interim President of The Landing School in Maine, a boatbuilding and marine trades school where his guidance and direction led to record enrollment levels and a reaccreditation with distinction. Most recently, Bob served as a member and chairman of the Board of Trustees of Southern New Hampshire University and helped guide the development of the university’s online program and was instrumental in the creation of the university’s first campus wide growth and compliance initiative. In continued service to the university, he has recently completed a term on the Board of Directors of Motivis Learning, a software start-up owned by Southern New Hampshire University that is developing one of the nation’s first competency based learning management systems. Bob’s a Vietnam veteran, a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors, holds a B.S. degree in Economics and Finance (Magna Cum Laude) from Southern New Hampshire University and an M.P.A. from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.