Director Emeritus. Robert A. Enholm became a Director of Humanity Road in 2010 and served as Treasurer 2010 - 2017. He has long been an advocate of employing emerging technologies to aid response in humanitarian crises. He is currently the Executive Director of The President Woodrow Wilson House museum located in Washington, D.C., where visitors can see the home in which President and Mrs. Wilson lived after they left the White House in 1921 and also reexamine the legacy of President Wilson’s ideas. Previously Bob was the President of Citizens for Global Solutions, a Washington-based nonprofit. In 2006 Bob served at the United Nations in the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in New York, helping to establish the $500 million Central Emergency Response Fund. Previous to that Bob had a career as an international and corporate lawyer, including stints as general counsel of two companies and as a partner in two national law firms. Bob received his law degree from the University of California, Berkeley and his bachelor’s degree in History and Economics from the University of California, Davis.