Michael W. Robinson draws on three decades as a trusted counselor and strategist to global C-Suite executives, Boards of Directors, marketplace leaders, and government officials – and his involvement in the highest-profile business, financial, and public policy issues from Wall Street to the White House to the senior levels of Corporate America – to help private and public clients realize their goals.
Michael has broad range of experience in the private sector as in-house senior communications and marketing roles at several Fortune 100 companies, including Mobil and Freddie Mac; the financial community, at The NASDAQ Stock Market, FINRA, and Friedman Billings Ramsey (FBR); in government at The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), The White House and The Department of Justice; and media at The New York Times. Michael has helped hundreds of public and private companies, trade associations, and non-profit organizations build effective partnerships and driven an array of award-winning corporate brand and reputation programs, including CITGO’s Fueling Good campaign.
Michael graduated Magna Cum Laude from Syracuse University and holds B.A. degrees in Newspaper Journalism and Political Science.