Kristin Robinson was Vice President of Development at the National Women’s Law Center. She and her team worked with the Board of Directors, generous individuals, foundations, law firms, corporations and other groups who care deeply about the Center’s mission and provide the resources that make all of its work possible. In addition to her long career at the Center, she has led the development efforts for other non-profit organizations including: Public Justice; The J. Craig Venter Science Foundation; The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis and The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence. Prior to her career in development she held advertising and research positions at McGraw-Hill, The Times-Journal Company, and The New Republic magazine. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Vanderbilt University and a Master’s degree from Georgetown University. She is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and a founding member of the Development Directors’ Roundtable.