Stephanie Robinson, Esq.

Stephanie Robinson, Esq.

Stephanie Robinson, Esq. is the President and CEO of The Jamestown Project, a national think tank focusing on democracy. She is a Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School and former Chief Counsel to the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy. Ms. Robinson, along with Harvard Law Professor and husband, Ronald Sullivan, Jr., are the first black House Masters in the history of Harvard University. She is a weekly political and social commentator on the “Tom Joyner Morning Show,” a popular radio venue with eight million listeners nationwide. She is the co-author of Accountable: Making America as Good as its Promise, the third installment of the best-selling The Covenant series. She is a nationally recognized expert on issues relating to social policy, women, race, family and electoral politics. She was featured as one of “30 Young Leaders of the Future” in Ebony magazine and was profiled in the book As I Am: Young African American Women in a Critical Age, by Julian Okwu. Stephanie is a frequent speaker at professional conferences, meetings and student lectures. Her views have been expressed in countless media outlets, including the Associated Press, The Washington Post, CNN, C-SPAN, National Journal, National Public Radio, The Baltimore Sun, CN8 and FOX News. Ms. Robinson joins the African American Network Against Alzheimer’s as a Founder.