School of Professional Studies
Robin Rose is an expert facilitator, leader and coach who helps professionals transform their careers by strengthening their interpersonal skills for managing difficult conversations and their abilities to coach and lead others.
Rose has worked at Brown University for 35 years in senior level administrative positions, overseeing critical divisions at Brown. Throughout her career she has been a creative force in utilizing experiential education to inspire young people and transform the lives and careers of professionals. Her leadership in these roles has earned her a national reputation for innovation.
As a senior student affairs officer with a staff of 200 people, Rose directed the growth of Brown’s state of the art student services including: the residential system and programming, health services, the counseling center, crisis management team, support for students with disabilities, and support for historically underrepresented groups. With a background in Counseling Psychology Rose also developed Brown’s comprehensive mental health outreach program.
Rose created and developed the Leadership Institute, a program focused on leadership and social justice for talented high school students from around the world. She also served as the Senior Associate Dean for Pre-College programs which included close to 6,000 high school students from around the world in summer academic experiences. She currently serves as a Senior Advisor to Karen Sibley, Vice President for Strategic Initiatives and Dean of the School of Professional Studies.
Bachelor of Arts, The College of Wooster
Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Connecticut
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