Rob joined UAS in 1995 and currently serves as the primary consultant to more than a dozen multiemployer plans. He provides consulting advice on a variety of pension and welfare benefit issues including plan design, plan funding, regulatory environment, and merger feasibility. He has worked with plans of all sizes, ranging from small local plans with millions of dollars in assets supporting a few hundred participants to large regional plans with billions of dollars in assets supporting tens of thousands of participants.
Rob often speaks at union membership meetings in order to help members better understand the funding issues facing their pension and welfare plans. Rob has also been involved in determining the direction and scope of research undertaken by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans by serving as a member of its Research Committee. Rob holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Wisconsin, where he graduated with a triple major in Actuarial Science, in Quantitative Analysis, and Risk Management and Insurance.