Bob Hollis is the founder of The Mobius Network, a progressive technology services provider that applies free and open source software solutions to help organizations with a public benefit mission achieve their objectives. His clients include numerous environmental groups, non-profits, and public agencies.
Prior to founding The Mobius Network, Mr. Hollis owned and operated a Chicago based executive recruiting firm specializing in metals, manufacturing, technology, and environmental management positions. He continues to develop and operate numerous environmental job boards including RecyclingJobs.com. His professional career includes more than two decades of management experience with organizations ranging from start-ups to fortune 500 companies.
Mr. Hollis has served as a board member or business and technology advisor to a variety of environmental organizations including the California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA), California Integrated Waste Management Board, Rock the Earth, Earth Island Institute, National Recycling Coalition, Recycling Organizations of North America, California Sustainable Business Council, Zero Emissions Research Initiative (ZERI), and Universal Remediation, an award winning oil spill clean-up company based in Pittsburgh, PA. He is the recipient of the 2010 CRRA Service Award, 2010 Keep California Beautiful Volunteer of the Year Award, and multiple Carlson Learning Company Gold Consultant Awards. Mr. Hollis has served as a non-partisan elected public official in El Dorado County, CA, and as a Hearing Board Member for the El Dorado County Air Quality Management District.
Mr. Hollis has presented on subjects related to business, technology, and the environment at numerous events on behalf of organizations including the California Resource Recovery Assocation, The Northern California Recycling Association, New Noise Music Conference, and the US EPA Science and Technology Council. His educational background includes a BS in Industrial Management from Carnegie Mellon University, a graduate business and liberal arts education at the University of Chicago, graduate studies in Environmental Management at Harvard University, and continuing studies in Information Technology at Stanford University.