Bob Wroblewski has been involved with CIS since its inception 30 years ago when the Federal Way Chamber formed an Education Committee. He was a driving force helping to successfully secure affiliation with the national Communities In Schools network. Over the years, Bob has been instrumental in growing the organization’s scope and community impact bring us to the present, Communities In Schools of Federal Way-Highline, where Bob is still proudly serving as a board member.  

Bob has a longstanding history serving the Federal Way community. His volunteer work includes, currently serving as an officer on the FUSION and Multi-Service Center boards. Bob has also been a Federal Way Human Services Commissioner and helped found the Advancing Leadership development program; A program formed to provide emerging community leaders with the skills, knowledge and connections to make a positive difference in Federal Way. 

Born and raised in Indiana, Bob earned his Bachelor of Science and Master’s in Business Administration at Indiana University. In his early career, Bob worked for Cummins Engine Company in his home state and an expansion of Cummins in North Carolina. Leaving his home state, Bob has been a resident of Federal Way since 1987, when he came to work for Weyerhaeuser in Human Resources. After a 41-year career in his field, Bob retired and is now focused on his passions supporting the community he loves.  

“I have a firm belief that we need to invest in our youth in order to build a strong, healthy community. We need to understand and help youth overcome all barriers to achieving a worthwhile education experience. That is what CIS does, and I am quite proud of the results we have attained.” -Bob