Bob considers himself an “old school technologist” as he started out building computers in the late 1970s from components he purchased from magazines and Radio Shack. In the years since, he has filled many roles at in-house IT departments and consulted to more than 50 organizations. Bob has extensive experience working with trade associations and mission-driven organizations that focus on certification and accreditation. He excels at translating technical language in a way that others can understand, often using visual aids to convey complex processes.
“Technology is like any other tool when it comes to addressing a business need. Sometimes it’s the right tool, and other times, it’s a hammer when the problem is a screw.” – Bob Henegar
Prior to joining Hartman, Bob was the Chief Technical Officer at Agilutions, a software implementation and consulting firm, where he was responsible for all technical aspects, including internal technology, day-to-day operations, architecting new software offerings, and client relations. As Director of Information Technology for the National Board of Certified Counselors and Affiliates (NBCC), he developed the IT department from a small team of general technologists to a team that included highly specialized experts in the fields of network architecture and system administration, database administration, and web administration and programming. A professional highlight, Bob designed and developed an AMS specifically tailored to certification, accreditation and licensure boards.
Bob enjoys spending time outdoors, specifically camping and kayaking. He is a member of the American Society for Association Executives (ASAE) and the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE).