Newhouse School of Public Communications, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, ‘17
Robinson served in the Marine Corps from 2008-‐2014 where she was a Marine Security Guard Staff Sergeant (E6) at American embassies in Mozambique, Austria, and Cuba. Her primary work involved the protection of classified material vital to national security. Prior to that Robinson was a satellite communications technician, responsible for the repair and maintenance of equipment in direct support of OEF and OIF. During her service, Robinson received numerous accolades to include Non-‐Commissioned Officer of the Quarter for Communications Squadron 38 as well as promoted to Assistant Detachment Commander of the Marines in Vienna, Austria.
Robinson most recently served as the Student Veterans Organization President and was responsible for the progress and oversight of the organization through initiatives designed to inform, inspire, and integrate both veterans and military dependents. During her tenure as president, some of her accomplishments include organizing the Student Veterans Ball as well as serving as emcee in the Veterans Day ceremony at Hendricks Chapel.
Robinson is currently a student at Syracuse University pursing her graduate degree in Public Diplomacy: a dual masters program in both international relations and public relations through the Newhouse School of Public Communications and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. Her dream is to become a Foreign Service Officer in the Department of State serving at embassies across the globe.