Robin Boggs is the US
Corporate Citizenship Lead for Accenture, where she is responsible for
outcomes from Skills to Succeed and environmental stewardship
initiatives. She leads a $20M pro bono and cash giving portfolio and all
employee engagement programs for 45,000 US employees in 32 locations.
In addition to her Accenture responsibilities, Robin also serves on the
Advisory Council for the Charities@Work annual conference and is member
of the ACCP Program Committee, New Programs and Member Engagement
Working Group, and annual conference planning committee.
Prior to her Corporate
Citizenship role, Robin spent 13 years leading human performance and
customer relationship management projects for Accenture clients in
telecommunications and public service. She's been active many local
community initiatives during her Accenture career and spent a year on
pro bono projects for the Homeless Prenatal Program in San Francisco and
Points of Light in Atlanta.
Before joining Accenture,
she spent five years in nonprofit sales, business development and
program execution. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, History
and Drama from Queens University of Charlotte. Robin earned a Master’s
degree in Shakespeare Studies from the University of Birmingham
(England) during a year as a Rotary Foundation Scholar. Outside of work
she enjoys serving as a board member and volunteer with nonprofit
organizations in her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia, as well as traveling,
diving, and reading.