Dr. Sean Robinson is a Graduate Program Director and Professor in the Dept. of Advanced Studies, Leadership & Policy in the School of Education at Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. His primary teaching and research areas include leadership and teaching for social justice, youth identity development, leadership development, organizational behavior, leadership in colleges and universities, and research methods. Sean has over 25 years experience in a multitude of educational settings at both the high school and university level. He has published over two dozen articles and book chapters, and presented over 50 presentations (locally, nationally, and internationally) focusing on LGBTQ identity development, media/pop culture’s impact on youth, and mentoring youth and young adults. In addition to his faculty role, Sean maintains a private coaching and consulting practice, which focuses on organizational development, strategic planning, human resource initiatives, and developing leaders. His clients are primarily entrepreneurs, non-profits organizations, and small businesses. Sean received his PhD in Educational Leadership & Policy Studies and his MBA in Management & Human Resources from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In addition, he holds a Masters of Education in Counseling Psychology from the College of William & Mary. Sean’s BA is in Psychology from the University of Virginia.
Dr. Sean Robinson is wonderful speaker. Sean came to speak to my Federal Agency in honor of Pride Month and as part of our agency’s Multicultural Week Celebration . His talk on the LGBT+ community and what being an ally entails was engaging, informative, approachable, relevant, and applicable. The participant group was diverse, but it was clear to me that everyone was interested and at ease based on the level of employee engagement with the conversation, questions asked, and level of active participation. Sean was incredibly receptive to questions and responded to them perfectly. I would not hesitate to have Sean speak a future event and highly recommend him to others.
It was a pleasure to have Dr. Sean Robinson speak at my federal agency in celebration of LGBT Pride Month. He is an eloquent and charismatic speaker. Dr. Robinson provided relevant and applicable information on how/what it means to be an effective ally to the LGBTQ+ community. He was transparent, authentic, and well-prepared with significant research and data that was compelling, thought provocative and overall enlightening. I, along with the audience, was captivated and interested in his perspective. I would recommend Dr. Robinson to share his input and knowledge. Much appreciation to Dr. Robinson!
Dr. Robinson recently presented at my Federal agency as the featured speaker for LGBT Pride Month, and we’re so glad that he did! Not only was Sean well received by the audience, he was easy to work with, personable and spent extra time answering questions and interacting with the audience. His “Genderperson” image, use of statistics, and knowledge of LGBTQ laws were extremely insightful. However, the most powerful part of Sean’s presentation was his willingness to share his personal story and experiences. Our audience was truly touched. Ask Dr. Robinson to speak at your next event – you won’t be disappointed!
Sean was a wonderful speaker at our LBGTQ event yesterday. His commitment to LBGTQ diversity was so evident in his powerful presentation before over 65 participants. Also, the sharing of his personal struggles within his own life made a lasting impact. I’ll look to contact him again for future events. Thanks again.
We brought Dr. Robinson (Sean) back to our agency to speak to our employees. This session was also amazing. Sean provided tools and resources to assist our employees be able to support their LGBTQ+ children and families. The session was very informative and included statistical data to reinforce why support is so important. Sean’s ability to convey such detailed information with such empathy and caring is an important strength of his. He is a dynamic speaker and I would not hesitate to bring him back to speak again! Thanks again, Sean!