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Robert “Bob” Wright

Assistant Vice President for PA Recovery Administration

Robert “Bob” Wright is Tidal Basin’s Assistant Vice President for PA Recovery Administration. Bob joined Tidal Basin in 2005 after 25 years of military service.

Bob worked three federally declared disasters with Adjusters International’s administration assisting applicants with the FEMA Public Assistance Program. Deployments include New York State, Monroe County, FL, and then on to Mississippi and Louisiana in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

In addition, Bob worked as a consultant for the Village of Islands, Islamorada, Florida for federally declared disasters – Hurricanes Dennis, Katrina, Wilma, and Tropical Storm Rita. Then worked as a consultant for Cedar Rapids Community School District in Iowa for federally declared historic flooding.

Bob was a Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps and later served  in the Air National Guard reaching the rank of Chief Master Sergeant, where he retired in 2004.

His broad knowledge and understanding of the FEMA Public Assistance program provided the basis for his technical writing. His article, “Rebuilding Under the FEMA Public Assistance Program: Repair? Replace? Relocate?” was recently published in Disaster Recovery Today.

Bob earned his BS in Business Administration from Columbia College and his AAS in Airway Sciences from Community College of the Air Force.

Bob is based out to the Tidal Basin Lake Mary office in Florida and reports to William “Bill” Slater, Vice President of Response, Recovery, and Mitigation.

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