Robyn Wolfe joined ANCOR as its Executive Leadership Assistant and Events Coordinator in January 2023. Robyn assists the CEO, COO, and Director of Education and Intersectional Collaboration in day-to-day operations, as well as leading the planning of ANCOR events.
Prior to joining ANCOR, Robyn served for over 20 years in public and private schools in various academic and leadership positions. In these roles, Robyn worked extensively with teachers to meet the needs of neurodiverse youth in the classroom. Robyn was an advocate for the inclusion of minority and differently abled students in Advanced Placement courses, student government, and extracurricular school activities including the arts and athletics.
Robyn has a depth of experience planning and executing large scale events for students and teachers to enrich their educational and professional experiences. Events include student leadership summits, professional development conferences, graduations, community service projects, awards ceremonies, galas, student travel excursions, and fundraisers.
As schools around the country pivoted to virtual learning platforms during the spring of 2020 due to COVID-19, Robyn led district professional development webinars that taught teachers to create digital curriculum and engage students in synchronous and asynchronous learning in a virtual environment. Upon the return to brick and mortar schooling, Robyn continued to support faculty on the implementation of high quality differentiated, hybrid curriculum to meet the diverse needs of neurodiverse students post-quarantine.
Robyn holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Rollins College and Clinical Educator and Instructional Coaching certification from The University of Florida. Robyn resides in Sanford, FL with her husband, Eric, and their French Bulldog, Winston. Her daughter, Emma, is a finance major at the University of Florida. To relax and unwind, Robyn enjoys traveling, cycling, and spending time at the beach.