Degrees and Certifications:
January 5, 2015
Current Term Expires
January 7, 2019
A BPS parent, Regina Robinson is the Dean of Student Affairs at Cambridge College, focused on providing strategic leadership towards college completion and student satisfaction. A 20-year champion for youth, college students, and family success, her collaborative leadership throughout the Boston community began in 2008, with Boston Metro Early Intervention, Operation House Call, and the Massachusetts Early Intervention Consortium. In 2010, Robinson served on the Franklin D. Roosevelt's K-8 School's Inclusion Program and Thrive in Five's parent advisory board, and by 2012, moved on to serve as an executive Board member for the Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SPED PAC) and the School Committee’s Inclusion Task Force. She was appointed by Mayor Walsh in 2014 to serve as a member of the Superintendent Search Committee.
Robinson has frequently spoken as a guest lecturer on the disparities among students with special needs and the ongoing demand for parental engagement, training, advocacy, and resources to increase their success at Brown, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard Medical and Dental School, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, UMASS Boston, Boston University, and Lesley University. She currently serves on the board of directors for Scholar Athletes, is a member of the District Wellness Council and Inclusion Task Force.
As a faith-based leader, Robinson co-founded Heart Change Fellowship in 2007 and served a multi-ethnic community of young adults and families, providing support and resources to area neighborhoods and schools from 2007-2018.
As a higher education leader, Robinson was selected to participate in The Partnership's Next Generation Executive Leadership Development Program in 2015 and received the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Boston and Vicinity Club 2016 Educator Award for her dedication to education, particularly as an advocate of adult learners and children with special needs.
Robinson earned a Master’s Degree from Liberty University and lives with her husband and four children in Hyde Park.