Our Executives

At Mobius Vendor Partners (Mobius) we believe one of our greatest assets is our people. Our executives each average more than 20 years of hands-on for-profit and/or not-for-profit organizational leadership, management, marketing, sales, service and/or operational experience. Our clients are assured that one or more of these executives will work directly on their projects – assuming both the higher level project management as well as the day to day responsibilities.

We invite you to learn more about our team.

Robert A. Kobek


Prior to forming Mobius Vendor Partners in October of 1999, Mr. Kobek spent more than 20 years in the direct marketing industry and government. He successfully launched and then sold or completed mergers of two companies with core competencies in the teleservices industry.

Specializing in the design, implementation and marketing of products and services, Bob has designed more than 150 outbound telemarketing, inbound customer service and order processing operations and interactive information systems. His experience ranges with clients located across North America and throughout Europe.

While serving as the Director of Indiana Liaison for United States Senator Vance Hartke, Mr. Kobek specialized in the monitoring of consumer protection and telecommunications legislation. Bob continued his focus upon consumer protection and other sales and marketing industry issues while serving as the Director of Special Projects for Indiana General Assembly Speaker of the House, Phillip Bainbridge.

Mr. Kobek attended Holy Cross College at Notre Dame and Indiana University, concentrating in Business and Political Science.

William Morris

Managing Partner

Mobius Vendor Partners was fortunate to have Mr. Morris join them as Managing Partner in 2007. Bill has held a number of executive level positions across a broad range of industries, with an emphasis on Finance, Information Systems and Strategic and Business Planning.

As Executive Publisher of the Saturday Evening Post Company and its 18 publications, Mr. Morris maintained responsibility for all production, finance, sales and circulation planning and execution. During his 10 years with Resort Condominiums International (RCI) as its Vice President of Finance, Planning and Development, RCI's revenues grew twenty-fold to more than $350 million.

Throughout his career, Bill has also had direct responsibility for turn-around situations, several start-ups, capital funding, acquisitions and large-scale planning and development assignments.

Mr. Morris graduated from Indiana University with a concentration in Finance.

Lisa Kobek

Business Process Improvement and Management Services

Ms. Kobek has built a career on developing and managing business processes for both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. She has been responsible for managing and motivating large staffs, satisfying large numbers of customers, developing and meeting strategic, sales and operational goals and designing and/or implementing key departmental, divisional and enterprise wide processes.

As the Vice President of Resort Services for Resort Condominiums International (RCI), she established strategic business plans and designed business processes to meet the diverse needs of more than 1200 resort clients based in the United States and Caribbean. Also at RCI, Lisa served as the Project Sponsor for an enterprise-wide business process reengineering effort. During this time, she led project teams through process design and improvement efforts that addressed company processes, training procedures and information systems - impacting more than 30 company facilities across six continents

During her tenure with Christel House, an international children's charity, Ms. Kobek established and managed the fundraising strategy to meet the annual goal of $850,000. Additionally, Lisa created the inaugural Christel House Open charity golf tournament to raise funds for Christel House. Taking place at over 20 locations around the globe, the event raised $300,000 in its first year and went from design to implementation over a nine month period. Within four years, annual proceeds from the event grew to $800,000.

Ms. Kobek holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Butler University.