Robert W. Tiller is the Raymond James Financial Director of the Kate Tiedemann School of Business and Finance' Personal Financial Planning Program and an instructor within the progam as well. He is a business owner, a limited-access Certified Financial Planner Professional and a Registered Financial Consultant with Full Circle Financial.
He has served as a visiting instructor and adjunct professor since 2018 and is the owner and CEO of Tiller Enterprises. He is a book author who also has published his research in journals including the Journal of the Alzheimer's Association, and presented research at the CFP Board's Academic Research Colloquium.
Tiller earned a doctor of business administration from the Muma College of Business in 2017 and a bachelor's degree in business management from USF in 1983.
- "Forgotten Faces: Family Caregiver Voices," (Summer 2020) Robert W. Tiller, Covenant Books.
- "Rock n' Roll to Rocking Chairs: Cognitively Impaired Baby Boomers' Impact and Liability for the Financial Industry," (2018) Robert W. Tiller, Journal of Alzheimer's Association.
- "Failure to Avert an Inappropriate Family Fiduciary," (presented, 2017) CFP Board's Academic Research Colloquium, Washington, D.C.
- Featured speaker for the 2017 Financial Planning Association's Theory in Practice Knowledge Circle
- Invited guest and focus group participate at the 2015 White House Conference on Aging
- Primary panelist for the Financial Services Institute's National Symposium: "The Changing Face of Retirement," during the 2012 Republican National Convention.