Robbin is the founder of RSFG Consulting Group LLC, a MWBE certified management consulting firm specializing in creating economic growth through entrepreneurship. Through partnerships established with regional and municipal government agencies and nonprofit organizations in the region, Robbin and her team offers technical assistance and training to support the launch and growth of startup and early-stage entrepreneurs.

Robbin is a passionate compelling facilitator and communicator with success at encouraging participation and developing team-delivered results. She is skilled at teaching/training and consulting on the connection of entrepreneurship to the larger community and the opportunities that exist for growth. She has trained/consulted more than 300 entrepreneurs to-date. Another competitive advantage is working with diverse populations from higher education students to returning citizens who are adults, often hard-to-employee, who found tremendous success in entrepreneurship training and launching micro enterprises.
Robbin created and facilitated two entrepreneurial training curriculums – SCALE (South County Access to Learning Entrepreneurship) and ACES (A Chance for Entrepreneurial Success) that are currently being used in Westchester County.

Robbin is an adjunct professor in the School of Business & Accounting at Monroe College and serves as faculty adviser for the campus CEO club. Additionally, she serves as a coach and judge with Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE). She has served on the Mount Vernon City School District Restructuring Committee, Cluster, Inc., IMANI Cultural Academy. Robbin is a former member of the National Association of Negro Business & Professional Women’s Club, Inc. (NANBPW). Robbin holds a Masters’ degree from City College and a Bachelors’ degree from Mercy College.