Robbie Callaway

Chairman, BMRT Board of Advisors

Robbie Callaway is Sr. Vice President for Government Services and Client Relations at FirstPic, Inc. located in Annapolis, MD. In that role, he carries on his lifelong advocacy for disadvantaged children and families and continues to play a pivotal role in acquiring funding for youth-serving organizations and the development and passage of national legislation critical to child safety. Such legislation includes the following: the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act; the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act; the National Amber Alert legislation; and the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act.

During his 24-year career at Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), Mr. Callaway led a Government Relations team which raised more than $1Billion for the local Clubs served by the organization. He was also instrumental in expanding the number of Clubs in public housing communities from 25 to over 450 Clubs and was the driving force in BGCA’s expansion into over 220 Native American communities across the nation. In his current role with FirstPic, Inc. the team he has led has generated another $1Billion for numerous national youth-serving organizations.

His consistent work in Washington, DC with multiple Presidential administrations, many members of Congress and government agency leaders for over 40 years has established a solid reputation as an honest, trustworthy, and reliable individual dedicated to American children, youth and families.

Before joining FirstPic, Inc., Mr. Callaway was appointed as a Trustee to the Board of Seisint Corporation assisting in its acquisition by Reed Elsevier – Lexis Nexis for $775,000,000.

Mr. Callaway is a founding Board Member of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), Past Chairman, and has served as a NCMEC Board Member since its creation in 1984. For over 40 years, his friendship and partnership with crime fighter John Walsh, has greatly advanced the focus on fighting crime and finding and protecting missing and exploited children and the plight of their families.

In addition, he is Past Chairman and has served as Board Member of the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation, an organization committed to serving youth nationwide through character building and STEM programs, and over 100 youth development parks across America. He has been actively involved with the organization for over 20 years.

While continuing his child advocacy career, he also enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren. He resides with his wife Sue in Carthage, North Carolina after they purchased and renovated his grandfather’s farmhouse where he spent his childhood summers and holidays.

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