As a Business Development Specialist in the department of Global Medicine, Robin works on numerous programs to connect the hospital to physicians and health systems around the world. He supports the team’s business development directors in marketing, business intelligence, and program development. He plans and organizes CHOP presence at multiple international events every year, and represents global medicine at numerous other events. He also manages delegation visits to the hospital.
Robin brings to the Global Medicine team a wealth of experience, including working in Washington DC on Capitol Hill and administering U.S. Department of State educational programs. He has experience managing complex international educational programs in Taiwan, Mainland China, Syria and North Korea.
Education and Training
BA in Chinese, Political Economy - University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
Titles and Academic Titles
Business Development Specialist, Global Patient Services
Departments and Services
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