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Robin Boyce

Special Assistant to the Comptroller, City of St. Louis

 

Robin Boyce has a Master of Business Administration from Lindenwood University, St. Charles, MO. with concentrations in Marketing; Public Relations; Entrepreneurship Capstone: Business Policies and Strategies – The Acquisition of Traffic Information Businesses

Robin's most recent project is working with youth in Ferguson, Missouri developing a newspaper written and operated by them. Students are taught how to cover news, features, sports and entertainment stories. Youth learn how to layout the papers, sale ads, work with printers and develop public relations for the publication. A website accompanies the hard copy newspaper that the youth have to maintain and blog on. 

Robin specializes in Leadership mangaement and is currently serving as the Executive Assistant I/Airport Liaison, City of St. Louis, Comptroller’s Office. Her duties include: Manage, represent, spokesperson and developed community programs for the Office of Comptroller. Represent the office as liaison to the St. Louis Board of Aldermen. Created and wrote internal communications through a newsletter for department employees. Organized public relations and marketing campaign for Comptroller activities pitching stories to local and national media. Developed workshops and seminars for disadvantage business enterprises, DBEs; MBE; and WBEs; along with small entities interested in learning more how to do business with the City, State, Airport, hospitals, universities, colleges and the biosciences. 

Her awards and honors include:

2012 Wall of Fame Award Grace Hill Women’s Business Center

2012 St. Louis Metro Sentinel Jewels of the Community Award

2007 Radio One President’s Club Winner Top, Sales Executive

1991-1993 Nominated for five Emmys in Public Affairs, KETC, Channel Nine’s Spectrum

1990 Best Public Affairs Director in St. Louis, Better Family Life

1981 Best Public Affairs Radio Program, Greater St. Louis Association of Black Journalists