How Robert ‘Skip’ Weiler has made a far-reaching impact at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio

Nonprofit Board Executive Pillar Finalist

Robert “Skip” Weiler Jr.
Foundation board member and past president
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio
(614) 839-2447 | www.bbbscolumbus.org

Robert “Skip” Weiler Jr. has a long history of involvement with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio. In 1986, he became a big brother volunteer in the organization’s community-based program. Four years later, Weiler joined the organization’s board of directors, serving as board president in 1996 and 1997.

During Weiler’s tenure as president, the agency planned and initiated its first-ever capital campaign to raise funds for the building that now serves as its headquarters. Through his leadership, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio raised more than $4 million from a variety of sources, including Weiler’s family. After Weiler’s tenure on the board of directors, he became a member of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Foundation, recently completing a two-year term as foundation president.

Weiler’s impact on the organization has been far-reaching. As a result of his involvement, many individuals and businesses have been introduced to Big Brothers Big Sisters and its mentoring program. Hundreds of individuals have been recruited as volunteers, resulting in significant program growth.

Under Weiler’s leadership, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio grew to be the largest in the country, outperforming Big Brothers Big Sisters organizations in communities such as New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Today, the Central Ohio organization continues as the largest Big Brothers Big Sisters program in existence.

Weiler continues to serve on the board of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Foundation and is a founding member of the organization’s Legacy Society. Weiler also continues to actively mentor and recruit volunteers.

 

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