Robert J. Breitenbach joined USA Patriotism! in January 2012 to direct the efforts in encouraging American students from the 1st grade through 12th grade to participate in the USA Patriotism! Student Patriots initiative, including teachers submitting works by their students associated with a class project and district wide events.
Robert also coordinates reaching out to youth organizations to include having patriotic works listed at Student Patriots among the requirements (or options) for mandatory achievements and other applicable efforts / activities.
About Robert Breitenbach
Robert has over thirty years of service in the U.S. government during which he contributed to the successful leadership, operations, training, investigative and analytical missions of the U.S. Armed Forces and of the U.S. Law Enforcement and Intelligence Communities.
Patriotism fueled his ten years of service as a U.S. Army officer and twenty-two years of service as a Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent. Robert’s extensive knowledge, skills and abilities are derived from his continuous pursuit of academic education and professional U.S. government training coupled with his experience in diverse multidisciplinary assignments in the U.S. Army and in the FBI. He is an accomplished and creative professional with an excellent reputation for meeting the most challenging organizational goals and objectives. He is highly respected for his exceptional leadership qualities, trustworthiness, competence, strong professional work ethic, effective human relations skills and promotion of harmony and teamwork.
Among his strongest attributes are his mentorship skills and role modeling for youth. He has volunteered his personal and professional services to various causes including Christian Youth Bible School, Boy Scouts of America and Presidential Classroom for Young Americans.
Robert obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Sociology from the Inter American University in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1978 and a Master of Science degree in Strategic Intelligence from the National Defense Intelligence College in Washington, D.C. in 2007.
Robert and his wife, Deborah, have four grown children.