Stephanie Robinson

Trustee @ Meridian Board of TrusteesBoard Secretary @ Meridian Board of Trustees

  • Stephanie Robinson, Commissioner, Commission on Presidential Scholars for the U.S. Department of Education.

Stephanie Robinson is a Board member and advisor to educational, healthcare, and cultural organizations. She currently serves as a publicly elected Trustee for the Ross School District in California, a position she has held since 2015, and as Trustee and Vice Chair of the MarinHealth Foundation.  She was recently appointed to the Commission on Presidential Scholars; a group of eminent private citizens appointed by the President to select and honor the Presidential Scholars.  Along with her husband, she co-founded the Robinson International Scholars Program at UC Berkeley which provides full cost of attendance scholarships to UC Berkeley for outstanding individuals in sub-Saharan Africa who are stateless or refugees.  Additionally, she and her husband co-founded the Robinson Life Science, Business, and Entrepreneurship Program at UC Berkeley.

Stephanie is also active in several arts organizations including the Tate Americas Foundation where she serves on the North American Acquisitions Committee and SFMOMA where she serves on the Painting and Sculpture Accessions committee and the Collectors Forum committee.

Previously, Stephanie worked as a Vice President in Health Care Investment Banking at Bankers Trust and as a management consultant at the Boston Consulting Group.  She is active in local, state and national politics as a fundraiser, community organizer and voter protection volunteer.

Stephanie holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, a JD from Harvard Law School, and a BA from UC Berkeley in Economics.