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Born in Memphis, TN, Robert moved to Atlanta in 1981. Over the last 35 years, Robert has lived and worked in all corners of metro Atlanta, which created the perfect foundation as a real estate professional today. At one point, Robert was the youngest Area Manager for a local marketing company, where he targeted residential areas throughout metro Atlanta. Knowing the residential and commercial trends of so many areas gave Robert unparalleled success. Furthermore, Robert had the unique opportunity to champion the Public Transportation program for the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Because of his vast knowledge of metro Atlanta, he specifically targeted 125+ locations in 33 metro Atlanta counties, in order to best transport Atlanta’s 4.5 million population to/from Olympic venues across the city.
To compliment Robert’s knowledge on the residential side, he also worked as a Leasing Agent for commercial retail shopping centers for Blue Ridge Capital, a Buckhead-based company. Within his first year, Robert secured over $1M in new retail leases. After securing his GA Real Estate License, he immediately joined Bravo Group Real Estate.
As a philanthropist, Robert founded the Jackson County Brevet annual charity bicycle ride in 2010, to raise awareness and funds for clinical research for Aplastic Anemia (AA), a rare, deadly bone marrow failure disease. Only 1 in 2 million are diagnosed each year in the USA. The motivation to start this event was his bride Kelly, who suffers from AA for over 30 years and is one of the oldest non-transplant AA patients in the USA. To date, the event has raised in excess of $343,000 in 6 years and is the largest event for Aplastic Anemia in the entire USA. The Brevet has hosted the likes of international Pro Cycling superstars as USA’s own George Hincapie and Christian Vande Velde. All proceeds are donated to the Kelly Wilhite Aplastic Anemia Research Fund at Emory University in Atlanta.