About Robert (Bob) J. Monahan Jr.
Bob Monahan has been managing director of Greystone Television and Films of North Hollywood, California, which provides programming for The History Channel, Arts & Entertainment (A&E) Network, TNN, and other networks. In this role he was executive producer of the film “Fields of Freedom,” which recreates the Battle of Gettysburg through state-of-the-art filmmaking techniques.
Previously, Mr. Monahan served as a special assistant to president-elect Ronald Reagan, as a member of President Reagan’s White House Presidential Advance team, and as special assistant to the U.S. Secretary of Transportation during the Reagan administration. He has long been active in state and national politics and was a candidate for the U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania.
He has served on the board of directors of numerous civic and charitable organizations, including Refugees International, International Fund for Animal Welfare, Dwight D. Eisenhower Society, and Gettysburg Hospital. He served as Chairman of the 2014 Boston Pops Concert, the major fund-raising event for Nantucket Cottage Hospital. He currently serves on the board of Dreamland Film and Performing Arts Center in Nantucket.
Mr. Monahan attended Gettysburg College and resides in Washington, D.C. and Nantucket, MA.