Stories from Experience with Renita Robinson
Join us for this personal conversation Renita Robinson of the YWCA. Learn how she has navigated her career and what it’s been like to join the Greater Green Bay community as the leader. Renita's perspective from an organization dedicated to advance women will leave you inspired.
Renita is currently the CEO of the YWCA Greater Green Bay. Formerly licensed as a graduate social worker (LGSW), and 6-12th grade English and social studies teacher, Renita was honored as Co-Teacher of the Year by the Boston Anti-Defamation League in 1997. She has lead organizations and university departments, been an adjunct instructor, and been a Senior Grant Specialist for the State of Minnesota. Since 1998, Renita has developed curriculum, designed conferences and programs and conducted workshops addressing a wide range of audiences as the owner/trainer of Teach ‘Em To Fish, LLC. She has completed all course work for a doctorate in teaching and learning at the University of Minnesota Duluth.
Prior to this season in her life, she was a highly accomplished and decorated student-athlete at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, NE. (i.e. Dean’s List; All Big-8 Student Athlete; NCAA National Champion in the women’s triple jump in 1989; winner of the 1988 Olympic Trials Exhibition; and formerly ranked 26th in the world in the women’s triple jump).