Mr. Robert D. Resnick is the Chair of the Ravensbruck campaign
Mr. Resnick is a successful entrepreneur from an early age. He has been an attorney, management consultant, and real estate CEO, as well as a public officeholder, educator and mentor for thirty-five years. He has held several public offices and served on major community boards throughout his career.
He is currently the President and CEO of RDR Properties, a real estate development and management company, specializing in medium size high profile urban revitalization projects. He chaired the revitalization of Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade, launched the revitalization of the Redondo Beach Historical Pier, and has been active in the marketing and improvement of the Beverly Hills Golden Triangle district.
Mr. Resnick was the Founder and President of Integrated Information Management, Inc. (“IIM”) a full service management consulting firm, assisting in the creation of counseling and behavioral support programs in the workplace for clients such as Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of America, Chevron, Levi Strauss, State of California, County of Los Angeles, and numerous other Fortune 100 companies, government agencies, as well as not-for-profit NGO’s.
In addition to his business enterprises, Mr. Resnick has held several public offices, including serving as President of the Beverly Hills Civil Service Commission, Chairman of Santa Monica’s Downtown Revitalization Commission, President of the Redondo Pier Association, and Member of the California Senate Select Committee on Small Business Enterprises’ Citizens Advisory Commission and the Beverly Hills Municipal Facilities Advisory Commission. He also has been highly involved in community service for organizations such as Kehillat Israel, Palisades Charter Schools Foundation, Maple Center, and the Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles, just to mention a few.
Mr. Resnick attended the University of California, Berkeley, Lund University (as an exchange student from U.C. Berkeley), and Southwestern University School of Law. He has played blues guitar professionally and is a great admirer and collector of fine art. He has lectured at UCLA, USC, and California State University Los Angeles, and speaks fluent Swedish, Norwegian and Spanish. He loves traveling the world together with his family.