Formerly a Program Manager for AT&T Latin America in Florida, Frank Robison is currently a student at Vermont Law School. Possessing 15 years of experience in the fields of international and domestic business, he has also pursued extensive work overseas. Frank Robison began his career as Chief Operations Officer at Tabacos Puros de Costa Rica, Ltda. in June 1996. After a two-year tenure, Mr. Robison enrolled at the University of California, San Diego, where he earned a Master's degree in International Management in May 2000. During his time as a student at UCSD, he also served for a year as a Marketing Analyst with Kyocera America, Inc. After his tenure at Kyocera, he moved to Florida.
Following Frank Robison’s role as a Program Manager for AT&T Latin America in Florida, he joined custom industrial finishing company Daltek, Inc. in Georgia as Vice President in January 2001. He worked closely with a number of accounts, generating extensive revenue and managing business expansion overseas. Mr. Robison also partnered with a Chinese manufacturing company and grew the company's revenue by 80 percent through his extensive involvement in the business, which was eventually sold to an investment group.
In January 2006, Frank Robison became Director of Enterprise Solutions at CoroWare Technologies, Inc., where he worked at the company’s locations in Florida and Washington. He worked for the company for two years before leaving to serve as the Director of The Robison Ponce Group in August 2008. At The Robison Ponce Group, Mr. Robison consulted with a variety of companies, offered American sales and marketing services, and assisted clients with incorporation in the United States.
Frank Robison attended Colby College in Maine, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in 1993. Mr. Robison also studied abroad at the University of Malawi's Chancellor's College and holds a Computer Programming and Analysis Certificate from Edison State College in Florida. Frank Robison served for two years after earning his BA as a volunteer with the Peace Corps in Talgua, Lempira, Honduras. In addition to his academic endeavors, he enjoys spending time outside in his organic garden and hiking near his home.