Robyn McLymont has ten years of experience in executive non-profit management with a focus on program and staff development, operations, grant administration, partnership development and grant writing. She has held various leadership positions including: Enrichment Programs Division Director for The Child Care and Human Services Agency, Options for Learning, in Los Angeles, CA and Youth and Family Services Division Director for OIC of South Florida. Robyn has successfully supervised the administration of large federal, state and local grants, serving thousands of children, youth and families residing in underserved communities.
She has presented a Participant Engagement Model on the national stage; at the 2013 Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Adolescent Health National Conference. She has also been invited by MENTOR to present a Mentor/Mentee Program Model at their 2012 National MENTOR Conference, and facilitated national webinars on curriculum delivery and community engagement for the Dibble Institute and the Office of Adolescent Health. Robyn has served as an After School Committee Chair for the Los Angeles County Office of Education to provide leadership in the area of effective afterschool programming for two regions in Los Angeles County.