I’m excited about the prospect of serving our class and representing our interests with the Naval Academy Foundation and the broader alumni network. It was more than 10 years ago that I became a Trustee with the Athletic and Scholarship arm of the Foundation and I recently volunteered to be the Fundraising Chair for our class as we plan for our 30-year reunion. The Naval Academy has made the single largest impact on my life aside from my family and my simple goal is to be able to give back. It is with this intent that I ask for your vote to serve as your Class President. Below, I have provided a brief career excerpt for you to consider. If you’d like to ask questions I’m available at 610.529.8222 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Thank you.

Bob Kuberski currently serves as Vice President, Independent and Financial Intermediaries Division, at Eaton Vance Investment Managers where he leads a team of consultants working with U.S. based financial advisors. Prior to his time at Eaton Vance, Bob was Managing Director and Head of Retail Sales at Ridgeworth Investments for 7 years; the culmination of the firm’s success came via a purchase and subsequent sale of the firm to Virtus Investment Partners in 2017. Before pursuing his leadership opportunity at Ridgeworth, Mr. Kuberski spent 10 years at Invesco as a Regional Vice President serving financial advisors in metropolitan Philadelphia. Bob got his start in the financial services business in 1996 as a career intern with Associated Investments in Green Bay, WI following his rookie season in the NFL and later went on to become an advisor at Morgan Stanley in 1998 before his tenure at Invesco.

Bob was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the 1993 NFL Draft and was commissioned as an Ensign, USN in May 1993. After spending time at Surface Warfare Officer School, Bob was sent to PRECOMDET USS Carter Hall (LSD-50). In April 1995, Bob was given the opportunity to join the Green Bay Packers where he played for 4 years and was fortunate enough to be a part of their Super Bowl XXXI championship. In 1996, Bob was elected by his teammates to represent them as a player representative for the NFL Players Association and served a 3-year term. Mr. Kuberski subsequently spent the 1999 season with the New England Patriots prior to retiring in December 2000.