Mr. Roberti joined A&M in 2002. He built and led the expansion of the firm’s Public Sector practice for more than a decade, applying specialized turnaround techniques in innovative environments to benefit the public good in the U.S. and beyond.
In 2003, Mr. Roberti served as interim superintendent of the St. Louis Public School System where he and a team of A&M interim and crisis managers applied turnaround and restructuring, and crisis management approaches that led to the revitalization of the city’s educational infrastructure. He also served as Chief Restructuring Officer of the Orleans Parish School Board in New Orleans - before, during and after Hurricane Katrina.
Mr. Roberti led a European bank assignment in the Detroit bankruptcy and served as financial advisor for domestic and international municipalities & governments including The Common Wealth of Puerto Rico, the State of Louisiana and the Government of Guam.Throughout his career, Mr. Roberti has held numerous board memberships, Chairman and CEO positions lending his expertise to academia, government, not-for-profit and retail and apparel sectors. Prior to joining A&M, he most notably served as President and CEO of Brooks Brothers from 1987-1994.
He currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Loyola University New Orleans, LA., the Admiral Farragut Academy, and the Board of Directors of the Washington DC based Institute for the Study of War, he also serves a Senior Advisor to Reye Partners, McLean, VA.Mr. Roberti is featured in Firing Back, a widely regarded book on the impact of leadership agility in the wake of corporate crises. He is quoted in Reversing the Slide: A Strategic Guide to Turnarounds, and in the Harvard Education Press-published book The Redesign of Urban School Systems. Mr. Roberti has also appeared in nationally syndicated television programs including The Jim Lehrer News Hour and has served as an instructor at The Broad Superintendents Academy.
He earned a bachelor's degree from Sacred Heart University where he serves as a Trustee Emeritus, and a master of business administration from Southern Methodist University. Mr. Roberti is a retired Colonel from the U. S. Army Reserve, serving in several senior Army staff positions at the Pentagon.