Robert Franklin

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Since co-founding MorganFranklin in 1998, Rob Franklin has served in various C-level roles including Chief Operations Officer, Chief Information Officer, President of Public Services, and President of National Security Solutions. Over the course of 15 years, he was responsible for shaping the strategic direction of the company's services, solutions, and growth initiatives. In May 2013, Rob transitioned from his executive role to become an active director and advisor at MorganFranklin Consulting. In this role, he provides vision and direction to expand market share, drive continuous operational efficiency, and improve quality.

Rob's areas of expertise include new venture startup, executive management, strategic planning, business process management, and business development.

Before forming MorganFranklin, Rob served as a senior project engineer at the Naval Air Warfare Center's Special Communications Requirement Branch. In this capacity, he managed multimillion-dollar program budgets, schedules, and performance metrics for the delivery of advanced C4I programs.

"When working with MorganFranklin Consulting, clients should experience an environment of collaboration, honesty, transparency, and accountability. They should feel as though MorganFranklin is their partner and know that the work is as important and critical to the consultants as it is to them. Because MorganFranklin takes on clients' issues as if they were its own, the recommended solutions are the result of a multidisciplinary perspective that carefully considers the interrelationships of each client’s unique business processes, technology architectures, and budgetary constraints."

Rob earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Widener University and an MBA from the Florida Institute of Technology. An active member of his community, Rob serves as a board member of the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce and is involved with the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, American Heart Association, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and Wounded Warrior Project.