About Me

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Robyn B. Kennebrew is a nonprofit leader and development professional with The Bean Path, event producer and public relations consultant with Poised Publicity and blogger with Silent Socialite. Robyn has more than ten (10) years of experience in the fields of strategic communications, marketing, event planning, project management, planning and development and fundraising. Working smart, Robyn’s personal motto, has allowed her to take strategic approaches to problem-solving, planning and decision making. Robyn’s ability to conceptualize has allowed her to provide thorough analysis and recommendations to her clients, which has ultimately allowed them to create and/or expand their image in their respective industries.

Robyn has had a successful career working with nonprofit organizations, helping them to leverage resources, communicate strategically and work effectively. Throughout her career, she has been responsible for coordinating special events, such as annual banquets and galas and leading the cultivation and solicitation efforts that raised more than $70,000.00 each event. In addition to fundraising, Robyn has written and prepared grant applications, proposals, and reports with diverse teams.

As a strategic communications and branding professional, Robyn has been responsible for developing and implementing marketing and public relations strategies; analyzing fashion and market trends, data, and competitors; copywriting; and maintaining traditional public relations and media relations efforts.


Robyn has an MBA (Master of Business Administration) from Mississippi College with additional coursework in Strategic Public Relations from the George Washington University. She is also a graduate of Jackson State University (JSU) where she received a Bachelor of Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing.

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