Meet Robinson Lynn

Since taking the helm at Momentum Education eight years ago, Executive Director Robinson Lynn has revamped the company’s signature curriculum, grown its corporate portfolio to include some of the nation’s premium brands, and positioned the organization’s philanthropic efforts for greater impact immediately and over time.

“We’ve implemented a social impact model,” Robinson says, “that is brought to life by a dedicated staff and a community of clients whose passion, integrity, and focus on results are unsurpassed.”

Robinson is often called upon to deliver keynotes, facilitate training, and participate on panels geared toward innovation, breakthrough thinking, communication, culture change, and personal expression. His work takes him from coast to coast and into a wide range of industries and government agencies. Using highly effective experiential learning techniques, Momentum Education, under Robinson’s leadership, has trained tens of thousands of people throughout the United States.

“Basically, our role is supporting people (and organizations) improve their lives on the way to having their heartfelt dreams come true,” Robinson says. “Difference-making, like politics, begins locally. The bonus is that the world itself becomes a better place.”

Robinson spearheads a nationwide initiative to raise money for research into cancer cures. When he’s not working, Robinson volunteers on various projects in his community. and, mentors teens and entrepreneurs. He is a graduate of George Washington University and was a protégé of Robin Lynn, his mother, an international trainer who was recognized by the South African government for her role in the dismantling of the apartheid system.

Robinson is married to Tamara Lynn (née Azar), an educator and transformational trainer, and they make their home on New York’s Upper Westside. ”

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We are proud of his achievement and we name him Most Influential 100 Class of 2018 Humanitarian and Religious category.

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