Robyn Brady Ince, Ed.M., is the Executive Director of the Newark City of Learning Collaborative and Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in the Department of Urban Education at Rutgers University–Newark. Robyn joined the University from her position as vice president of education policy, advocacy, and engagement at the National Urban League, where she led its Equity and Excellence Project, and the annual Youth Leadership Summit. She previously held posts at Youth About Business, and the Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation, as well as working at Prep for Prep, serving as an adjunct at Hunter College, and holding a progression of positions in admissions at Vassar College. Robyn earned her B.A. in English at Spelman College and Ed.M. at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She has extensive experience in strategic program design, development, and implementation; youth leadership development; philanthropy; college access; higher education; and diversity recruiting. Beyond her professional career, she offers strategic advice and counsel to local schools and serves as a board member for arts, youth and advocacy organizations.
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