Stephen T. Robe - General Manager
Stanford Campus Recreation Association (SCRA)
Steve received his Masters of Sports Administration & Facility Management in 1991 & Bachelors of Business Administration, 1989 from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio.
Steve was born at Stanford when his father T. Richard Robe went to school here receiving his PHD in Engineering 1965. Steve has always been around a college campus for most of his life from University of Kentucky where his father was a professor of Engineering to a brief time at Edinburgh University in Scotland when father was a visiting professor, to Ohio University when father was Dean of Engineering. Steve has three siblings two that went to Escondido Elementary sister Julie from Atlanta, GA; brother Kevin from Sedona, Arizona; younger brother Edward from Columbus, Ohio.
Steve has a rich background in sports and recreation from going to the Little League World Series as a boy to completing his Masters degree in Sports Administration & Facility Management from Ohio University. Steve also received Athlete of the Year honors from his High School in Athens, Ohio also voted by his classmates as most athletic eventually being inducted into the schools' Hall of Fame in 2007 lettering three years in Varsity Football and three years of Varsity Baseball including District and State Honors in both sports. Currently Steve is active with Menlo Park Recreational Department as a manager of a softball team. Previous involements include Palo Alto & Mountain View Recreational Departments. Supports and follows Postive Coaching Alliance philosophy to create better athletes & better people.
At Stanford Steve has worked in Event Operations & Facility Management, Marketing, and various other special events such as the 1994 & 1999 World Cup Games and off-campus events such as the 1996 Olympics Games in Atlanta, GA working as sector coordinator at the crown jewel Olympic Stadium currently Turner Field Stadium home of the Atlanta Braves baseball team.
Steve married Amy Berryessa on the Stanford Campus on August 1st, 2004. Amy's family (Berryessa) are eight generation Californians. Amy has worked for Palo Alto Unified School System as a Counselor to a Job Coach for high school and adults programs of special needs at VA Hospital & Hope Services locations. Currently Amy is a stay at home mother working as an independant associate with Legal Shield.Com. Members of the Menlo Park Presbyterian Church and supporters of National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI).
Steve & Amy have two sons Conor Richard Robe born 2011 and Dylan Thurlow Robe born 2014. The Robe Family reside in Menlo Park, CA.
Stephen T. Robe