Robin von Seldeneck was named CEO of the Woodrow Wilson
Presidential Library and Museum July 1, 2015. A passionate history buff, Robin first volunteered at the then Woodrow
Wilson Birthplace Foundation as a college student in 1991 when the Museum was
being prepared to open for the first time.
Prior to becoming CEO, Robin served as the COO and Director
of Finance. She came to the Woodrow
Wilson Presidential Library Foundation in January 2009 to serve as the
Assistant Project Director for a Teaching American History Grant.
A native of West Virginia, Robin received her undergraduate degree from
Mary Baldwin College in 1992 where she majored in History and Political
Science; and her Master’s in Public Administration from James Madison
University in 2000.
Robin has extensive experience in education and management. She has worked at Mary Baldwin College, James
Madison University, Stuart Hall School, and is an adjunct professor at Blue
Ridge Community College.
Robin lives in Staunton with her husband Eric and their two sons,
Wilson and Wade. She enjoys watching
football, soccer and high school basketball. Robin is an active member of the Shenandoah Valley Kiwanis Club, the
Augusta Garden Club and Memorial Baptist Church, where she serves on the
Finance Committee and as the Co-Chair of the Constitution and Bylaws Committee.
Journey Into History delivers educational programming that includes:
- school field trips, which educate +/- 2,300 students annually;
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