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About Robin

I started my career in the non-profit sector in a Finance Director role with the American Red Cross. During the several years I worked with the Red Cross, I launched a Youth Services program, assisted in the Blood Services program and became certified as a Disaster Services volunteer. In short, I got my hands into everything. 

A few years later, as I worked on my undergrad, I launched my own bookkeeping service and  worked with many clients in the Triangle, NC area. I graduated with honors from UNC Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a concentration in Latin American Politics and Gender Studies. That led me to move to Juticalpa, Honduras in 2008 where I taught 6th grade for a year, then on to Guatemala where I taught history and  math in a multi-lingual school. While in Guatemala, I began working with Fundación Tradiciones Mayas (Maya Traditions Foundation), initially in marketing, and eventually as the Executive Director. The Foundation works with indigenous Maya women weavers and offers programming in Fair Trade sales, education, use and cultivation of native medicinal plants, and many education initiatives for skills building. 

In 2012, I was offered the opportunity to move to Matagalpa, Nicaragua to launch services for Pencils of Promise as the Country Director. There, I hired and trained local staff, served as the government and community liaison to promote our services, and  ensured quality of the construction of PoP schools throughout Nicaragua. 

I returned to the United States as I finished my Masters Degree in Accounting (with a concentration in Forensic Accounting) from SNHU and  in 2015 I began my consulting practice. I have since provided business consulting, tax services, accounting services, Fractional CFO services and  coaching to clients located in the US, Latin America and the UK. 

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