Gary M. Robb is an associate professor in the Department of Recreation and Park Administration, School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation at Indiana University (IU).
Robb handles two major administrative responsibilities.
He serves as the executive director of Bradford Woods, a 2,400-acre outdoor education and leadership center at Martinsville, Indiana, that is operated by Indiana University. He is also executive director of the National Center on Accessibility (NCA) located on the campus of IU.
Working with people with disabilities in recreation environments for over 25 years, Robb is the president of the National Alliance for Accessible Golf; he recently assisted in the development of accessibility guidelines for outdoor recreation environments, serving on the U.S. Access Board Regulatory negotiation Committee for Developed Outdoor Areas.
Robb is a national leader in recreation and outdoor education for persons with disabilities.
He is past president of the National Therapeutic Recreation Society and a member of the board of trustees of the National Recreation and Park Association, and he has served as a regional research coordinator for both the NCEP and NICP projects.
Robb continues to provide guidance and consultation to camps and outdoor/environmental education programs nationwide on the administration and operation of their programs serving persons with disabilities.