Robert A. Stine has been president and CEO of Tejon Ranch Company since 1996.
Prior to joining Tejon Ranch Company, Stine served for 17 years with the Collins Companies in San Diego, a privately held, diversified real estate development, construction and asset management company. Joining Collins in 1979 as vice president and regional partner in Orange County, he became CFO in 1981, COO in 1984 and was elected CEO in 1986. Previously, he was a vice president with Coldwell Banker (now known as CB Richard Ellis) and the top producer nationwide in 1978.
Stine currently serves as a director of Tejon Ranch Company; PacWest Bancorp, a bank holding company based in Los Angeles; Valley Republic Bank in Bakersfield; and as a director of the California Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and is active with its Community Development Council. For his work in natural resource planning and conservation of Tejon Ranch, Mr. Stine received the California Governor’s Environmental and Economic Leadership Award.
Stine graduated from the Wharton School in Pennsylvania with a MBA. He earned his bachelor’s degree in government and economics from St. Lawrence University in New York. From 1969 to 1975, Stine was in the U.S. Army Reserves, Corp of Engineers.