Lucinda D. Robb Trustee
Lucinda Robb worked for 15 years at The Teaching Company/Great Courses, where she was Director of Recruiting and advised world class professors on how to give better lectures. Prior to that she worked for the Center for Legislative Archives at the National Archives, serving as Project Director for exhibits and educational outreach projects. Robb occasionally writes non-fiction book reviews for the Washington Post, and in 2020 she co-authored an award winning young adult book, The Suffragist Playbook: Your Guide to Changing the World. A serial volunteer, she currently serves on the non-profit boards of the National Archives Foundation, Running Start, and Network2Work, and founded KidsGiving, a project to teach children philanthropy. Robb lives in Arlington, VA with her husband, three children, one barky dog and over 500 PEZ dispensers.