Linda Robinson, M.Ed., is a professional career coach and education consultant with more than 25 years of career/life planning experience. She specializes in career testing and coaching for high school and college students, and those with learning challenges.
Ms. Robinson holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and a Masters in education, both from the University of Florida. She is qualified to administer the Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Strong Interest Inventory. She began her career as a counselor for Vocational Rehabilitation, helping people with disabilities make successful career decisions. She soon established the reputation for successfully assisting the most challenging clients and providing highly detailed reports that clearly map out education and employment plans. As a career and education consultant, she works with multiple public and private high schools, and she served as an academic advisor at the college level. For more than 20 years, she has taught a class on career assessment for the Emory University Center for Lifelong Learning, helping adults to successfully negotiate career transitions.
Ms. Robinson has worked with clients in all walks of life, from corporate professionals in need of career transition services to retirees looking to pursue new interests. Organizational clients include BellSouth Services, AT&T, Lucent Technologies, the Internal Revenue Service, the Emory Center for Lifelong Learning, Sears, the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights, CDC (NIOSH), The Peace Corps, F.D.I.C, the Institute of Industrial Engineers, DuPont Medical Products, Jewish Family and Career Services, Shorter College, Mercer University, Spelman College and Georgia State University.
Ms. Robinson believes wholeheartedly in giving back to her community and fostering the growth of young people. She is an active member of Cool Girls and has been a Cool Sister (mentor) for over five years.