Dennis R. Robertson

With a decorated college basketball career, it would only seem right that Dennis R. Robertson would become President of Protocol International’s Elite Athletes     Division. 

Dennis’ athletic achievements at Dorsey High School in Los Angeles, CA  lead to his participation in the 1979 Junior AAU Olympics and continued as an undergrad at the  College of Idaho. It was there where he became the two-time Defensive Player of the Year (1984-86),     Athlete of the Year (1985), and the Assistant Junior Varsity Coach (1986). To cap off his accomplishments in the Northwest, he became an NBA Pro-Am player with the Portland/Seattle team from 1986-1987.  During this time Dennis opted out of playing professional ball in Brazil to graduate with a BS degree in Business Management from the Albertson Business School at the College of Idaho.

Dennis left the Northwest for the East Coast and played as the starting small forward for Each One-Teach One at the famous Rucker Park in Harlem under legendary Coach John Martin for three years. His amazing athletic training and experience merged well into the corporate arena. This allowed him to build a prolific career as a banking executive    spanning over 30 years with American Express, JP Morgan Chase, and Carver Federal Savings Bank. This experience encompassed many aspects of corporate coaching, branding, training and development, campaigns, acquisitions and promotion, and staff recruitment. During his tenure, Dennis successfully completed the Chemical Bank    Management Training Program. He was awarded the Certificate of Excellence at JP Morgan Chase (1998) and graduated from the JP Morgan Chase Branch Manager University with honors (2004) where he also received the Leadership Award from his peers. These achievements are a testament to his seamless ability to oversee all operational functions relating to policies and procedures, training,  management, leadership, sales, and customer service.

Dennis brings to the table his high energy, competitive edge, personable leadership skills, and proven track record. The mission and purpose of the Elite Athlete Division is to develop high-performance teams and individuals by training, coaching and working with athletes off the court, along with developing and managing their interpersonal skills. Dennis is currently working with Professional Athletes, College and University Athletic Departments, AAU teams, High Schools and youth.