“Shelley has been on contract with United Way Suncoast for the past 5 years; she is involved in a number of research, strategic planning, and evaluation projects. Her commitment to learning and teaching is evident in her work. Most importantly, as a consultant she has never disappointed us. She always delivers a product that is of the highest quality and has never missed a deadline.”

Emery M. Ivery, Tampa Bay Area President, United Way Suncoast

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About Us

As a state-registered vendor, Robertson Consulting Group maintains the necessary insurances and has complied with the terms of both state and federal contracts through its work with state and federal grantees, county health departments, and early learning coalitions. Robertson Consulting Group is a registered Women Business Enterprise under the State of Florida's minority, woman, and service-disabled veteran business certification program.

Robertson Consulting Group is an owner-operated firm. We have structured our firm so that each project is managed by one the firm's principals, ensuring that the point of contact for each client stays consistent. The firm's principals are responsible for project tasks. In addition, Robertson Consulting Group has established working relationships with specialty consultants—including a database expert and a graphic designer—who can be brought on board the project team when their expertise is required.

Shelley N. Robertson, Ed.D.

Dr. Robertson has been working in the nonprofit field since 1996 and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (National Merit Scholar), a Master of Arts in Applied Economics, and a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership. Nationally, Dr. Robertson has been a speaker at the U.S. Department of Education's Transition to Teach conference and at the Environmental Evaluators Network conference; she has presented twice at the Southeast Evaluators Network annual conference and presented project-specific data to gubernatorial-appointed state task forces in Florida and Texas as well as a national task force. Shelley Robertson was the Principal Investigator on the United Way Resource House project, which was the 2005 National Peter F. Drucker Award for Innovation runner-up. She is a member of the American Evaluation Association and the Southeast Evaluation Association.

Robert W. Robertson

Mr. Robertson has been with Robertson Consulting Group since 2007. He brings 20 years of project management and business management experience to the firm, having successfully managed multi-state projects for national firms; in that capacity, he was responsible for building and maintaining a team of professional advisors and for quality control. Mr. Robertson is responsible for business operations and project management. Robert was responsible for building and managing the six-person evaluation team for the U.S. Department of Defense Recovery Credit System proof of concept study. For the Bureau of Tobacco Prevention Program, Robert was also responsible for collecting county-level data on 21 indicators as well as documenting 67 grantees' progress towards their individual objectives. He provided project and incentive management for the Early Learning Coalition of Orange County Workforce Study and was responsible for secondary data collection, survey production and administration and project management on the United Way of Northwest Florida community-wide study.