Rob deLaski has been active in the Northern Virginia recovery community since 2009. Rob has been an active member of the Washington DC regional alumni group of the Caron foundation and has contributed to various fundraising initiatives and efforts to enrich the local Caron regional alumni network. Recently, he has engaged with the Loudoun Serenity House to help establish the first women’s recovery home in Loudoun County.
Professionally, Rob is the Chief Operating Officer of the Mission Technology Group, a division of CACI, International Inc. Prior to working for CACI, Rob was a Senior Program Manager for the Office of Management and Budget focused on Executive Branch-wide security clearance reform.
Rob graduated from Yale University in 2006 with a B.A. in Sociology and was the Captain of the Track and Field team and 4-year varsity athlete. Today, Rob lives in Ashburn, VA with his wife and five children. When he is not helping with homework, he enjoys running, biking, and fishing the Chesapeake Bay.