Robin Smith

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Robin Smith


Robin Smith is the current database administrator and Sr. Director of the Connection Network at Providence Hospital. She has had the opportunity to travel and work alongside many automotive industry leaders and members of Congress, as well as having opportunity to assist auto industry leaders train import automotive dealers how to advocate for themselves on Capitol Hill. In 2013, Robin started the first Epsilon Sigma Alpha – Sigma Delta community not-for-profit chapter in Washington, DC in 2010. She is a member with the American Association of Christian Counselors, a Board of Trustee and a key liaison to the DC Board of Regulatory and Community Affairs for her church. and CX Advisory Board Member of The George Washington University. Robin is also a Blackbaud certified Raiser’s Edge Professional.


My Sacred Place


Providence Hospital

The Hospital Morale Initiative embraced the idea of a Healing Garden, to provide a retreat from the relentless rigors and stresses of medicine for all members of the hospital family. The design concept for the garden focused on creating a series of separate, restorative spaces that would be spiritually, if not physically, “away” from the stressful hospital environment, by providing a connection to growing plants, moving water and the changing seasons.

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Jennifer Crawford

For Jenny Crawford, it started with a conversation with a woman—a mother of two children, ages four and a newborn—the same ages as Jenny’s two boys. They discussed their similar life struggles, mothership, work, and balance, yet were divided by one critical factor – opportunity. This woman was grappling with homelessness and related challenges, where...

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