Rob Fenza recently retired from his Chief Operating Officer role at Liberty Property Trust to devote more time to service and volunteerism. As the Chief Operating Officer, Rob helped propel Liberty’s growth to become one of America’s leading developers of Green High Performance LEED buildings and a US Department of Energy “National Energy Star Partner."
Rob is a graduate of Penn State University and is an active alumnus. He received the College of Arts and Architecture’s Alumni Achievement Award, was named a Penn State Alumni Fellow, was honored as Penn State’s Volunteer of the Year and in 2013 he was named to the Society of Distinguished Alumni, Penn State’s highest alumni honor. Currently Rob serves as Trustee for the University and is the Vice Chair of the Finance Business and Capital Planning Committee.
Rob is very active in the community and serves on several business and non-profit boards in addition to Quest, including Amigo de Jesus and the Chester County Food Bank. Rob and his wife Marcy, live in Chester County and have four adult children.