Robert Zarnetske (Rob) has over 27 years of government, business, and real estate experience. He has worked on property problems from many different perspectives. He served as:
Rob has conducted real estate closings, lease negotiations, and construction management meetings. He's represented clients in foreclosure proceedings, evictions, property tax appeals and administrative hearings. He's also participated in planning for development project both large and small. He's even done property rehab projects and has managed his own rental properties.
Whatever your goals may be, chances are good that Rob will be able to provide extraordinary insight and guidance based on his experiences in real estate.
I'm Rob Zarnetske, a decorated and forward-thinking leader with 27+ years of experience in public service, government administration, public policy development, and implementation. I'm a dedicated and community-driven professional who knows that excellent public service is only possible when public servants focus on the needs and well being of the people.
I've been lucky enough to build a career solving problems for real people using the leadership skills, critical thinking, and decision-making abilities I've developed along the way to promote a culture of inclusion, transparency & self-accountability.
As a professional, I like to think I possess the exceptional ability to quickly and correctly assess problems from both a strategic legal and business perspective to bring pragmatic solutions to complex civil issues. Throughout my career, I have a proven record of accomplishments at every level of government. My achievements are underpinned by three pillars: leadership, management, and innovation.
As a person, I am passionate about strengthening public institutions and civil society. I've become highly skilled at influencing behavior at all levels to improve civil performance and realize strategic goals. I build organizations like I build stone walls (the one on the home page is one of mine -- the star too). Success comes, not by forcing the stones; it comes by carefully looking to see what fits and then making the match.