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Robinson Elected to STLCC Board of Trustees

Nicole Robinson, Ed.D., will be sworn in April 20 as the Subdistrict 2 representative on the St. Louis Community College Board of Trustees.

Nicole Robinson, Ed.D.In the April 4 election, Robinson defeated incumbent Pam Ross, who was elected to the board in 2017 and served one term each as board chair and vice chair.

The uncertified vote from the St. Louis Board of Election Commissioners was 9,288 for Robinson, 9,174 for Ross and 254 write-in votes. The results of the election are unofficial until certified by the St. Louis Board of Election Commissioners as well as the STLCC Board of Trustees, who will do so at its April meeting.

A vice president of public policy and community solutions with a national developer, Robinson has more than 13 years of experience in leadership and management in both the public and private sectors. She has a combined 15 years of federal service with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and as a congressional aide for the U.S. House of Representatives.

Robinson served on the national board of trustees for CampFire, and on the State Bar of California-California Paraprofessional Program Working Group’s board of trustees. Her professional affiliations are Washington University School of Medicine Program for the Elimination of Cancer Disparities and the Association of Pan African Doctoral Scholars Inc. A breast cancer thriver, Robinson founded the Hatz 4 Hearts Foundation, a non-profit that provides supportive services to cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, breast cancer health awareness, and education. 

A graduate of Central Visual & Performing Arts High School, Robinson earned her doctorate in education and psychology in organizational leadership from Pepperdine University. She holds an MBA from Fontbonne University, and a bachelor’s degree in management from National Louis University. She has two children and six grandchildren.

St. Louis Community College is governed by six board members who represent the four subdistricts of the College service area and one appointed board member. The approximate boundaries of Subdistrict 2 include all of St. Louis City north of I-64 and extend east from the intersection of I-64 and South Kingshighway to include parts of the Southwest Garden, Princeton Heights, Bevo Mill, Holly Hills and Carondelet neighborhoods.

The April 20 Board of Trustees meeting is slated to begin at 5 p.m. in room 219 at the Corporate College, 3221 McKelvey Road.

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