Robin Walton, Vice President for Community and Government Affairs at Thomas Edison State University, where she manages the University’s relationships with federal, state and local governments, regulatory agencies, key policymakers and community stakeholders.
Ms. Walton serves on the Board of Directors for the Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey, the Policy Committee for Executive Women of New Jersey and on the Board of Trustees for Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital – Hamilton.
Ms. Walton received the Salute to the Policy Makers Award by the Executive Women of New Jersey, NJBIZ’s Top 40 under 40 in NJ, the Maria Barnaby Greenwald Empowerment Award, the Princeton YWCA Tribute to Women Awards, NJBIZ’s Best 50 Women in Business and the Marvin J. “Swede” Johnson National Achievement Award.
Ms. Walton earned her Masters of Science in Management from Thomas Edison State University and B.A. in Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
November 16th, 2020 | Season 3 | 40 mins 52 secs
faith, family, motherhood
Robin Walton has learned to make room for the critical needs in her life - faith and family. Losing both parents and one sibling has taught her so much about faith, legacy and hard work. Even in the midst of a breakdown or emotional moment, Robin's resolve is steady and endearing. Those lessons guide her as a wife, a mother to two sons, and a busy professional who knows that she is enough.