About Robb Sikes, MBA

Realtor

Robb Sikes, MBA

About

With over 25 years of financial, management, accounting, human services, and academic professional experience, Robb is your solid strategic partner in real estate! He earned an MBA in Accounting and Human Resource Management, a BSBA in Accounting, and a BA in Finance. Robb is also a Professor in the Commerce Department at The University of Arizona and a former Professor in the Business Department at Pima Community College. His professional financial and human services vitae include Vice President of Finance, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, Director of Human Resources, Director of Corporate Compliance, and Corporate Controller.

In 2017, Robb had the honor of being appointed by the Superintendent of the Arizona Department of Financial Institutions (AZDFI) to serve a two-year term on the Mortgage Broker Testing Committee. Robb is also a Certified Instructor for the Arizona Department of Real Estate (ADRE), teaching at Hogan School of Real Estate, and enjoys being able to provide continuing education courses to real estate professionals in the Tucson metropolitan area.

Client/Business Approach

Utilizing an internal and external client-centric approach in all real estate strategies and transactions, Robb has a stellar core team of referring business partners, clients, and peers! He listens to his clients and, collaboratively, works together towards a winning real estate strategy! Robb supports his clients throughout the entire real estate process: Start to Finish!

Personal Note

Robb is very athletic, an avid volleyball player, and a CrossFitter! CrossFit has both transformed his body and life! Having studied over 13 languages and cultures, Robb has found great joy in how we interact in life, and as humans! He’s a volunteer, board member, writer, affiliate, and sponsor for numerous not-for-profit organizations including The University of Arizona, Women’s Council of Realtors, LGBT Chamber of Commerce, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, New Mexico Department of Public Health, University of New Mexico, University of Michigan, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada, and several mobile health clinics in New Mexico and Arizona servicing the indigent, rural, and impoverished populations.