Bob Castellini


Bob Castellini received his B.A. in political science from Ohio’s Denison University in 1990. After completing his undergrad, he then graduated in 1994 from Babson School of Business, located in Boston, with an M.B.A.

Bob Castellini currently resides in the greater Cincinnati area with his two sons. In his spare time he enjoys biking, hiking, skiing, running, cycling, and practicing a cappella singing.



Castellini Family


Bob Castellini’s father, Robert H. Castellini, is owner of The Cincinnati Reds, a five-time World Series winning MLB team. Acquiring the team in 2006, The Castellinis led the Cincinnati Reds to their first national league central division championship since the 1995 baseball season.

Robert Castellini is a proud contributor to the Reds community, paying homage to the team by acting as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum. He is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Reds, which dates back to 1869. The team has over 40+ players honored in the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

Throughout the season, you can see Bob and his father, Robert H. Castellini, cheering on their team from the stands of the Great American Ball Park.

Bob Castellini


Participating in the growth of the community, Bob Castellini currently serves on the board of trustees for the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens, the Cincinnati Sports Mall, and the Anthony Munoz Foundation. In the past, he has served on the board of trustees for:

  • Dan Beard Council of the Boy Scouts of America
  • Chatfield College
  • Catholic Inner-City Schools Education Fund
  • First Step Home
  • Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation
  • The Greater Cincinnati Area Chapter of the American Red Cross
  • Summit Country Day School
  • The Cincinnati Museum Center

In addition to serving these local non-profits, Bob Castellini has expanded his humanitarian efforts to other areas of the US, including the Southeast. Bob Castellini served with the Red Cross in Mississippi following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. After witnessing the destruction, he and the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce Leadership Cincinnati Program, Class XXIX developed the “Ready When the Time Comes” disaster-preparedness program. This program was devised to train volunteers how to respond when a natural disaster occurs in the Cincinnati area.

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