Ms. Alicia N. Robinson has dedicated her life to working in the field of Social Services for the majority of her career. Her desire to make a productive difference within society has been evident from the beginning of her fulltime career path. Ms. Robinson’s experience with underserved families and their children include but is not limited to working within The Homeless System as a Counselor, The Administration for Children Services as a Child Protective Specialist Supervisor and within the NYCDOE as a Substitute Teacher. To her credit she brings to the Profession, two Masters Degrees. Her first on is a MPA with the concentration of Human Services at MCNY. The second degree is a MsEd with the concentration of Guidance Counseling from LIU.
Ms. Robinson has been in the teaching field for approximately six years (which involves both lower and higher academia). She also serves in the capacity of an Adjunct Professor at LIU. She instructs the workshops that are need for Teacher’s Certifications (DASA – Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention, Identification and Reporting of Child Abuse and Violence Prevention and Intervention). Ms. Robinson officially in the 2016 – 2017. She is tasked with educating children and encouraging them to bring out their very best. She believes that taking the time to educate children and working with their families is the best way to ensure a prosperous societal future.