Meet our Executive Director

         

            Robyn Stack Reagan, MA

Robyn has been improving systems and  supports for children, youth and families for over 25 years.  Her first role model was Annie Sullivan, "Teacher" and friend to Helen Keller. Robyn is a lifelong advocate for children who struggle to make their gifts and needs known.

She has worked with students with developmental delays, behavior disorders, and learning disabilities in residential programs and high-need urban schools and provided supervision and training for youth counselors, teachers, school administrators and parents.  Robyn is inspired by the resilience students develop and the potential they show when they feel accepted, respected and connected at school. 

 

Robyn joined Circle of Friends in July 2016. As Program Director, she updated materials for the School Inclusion Program, strengthened our invaluable team of Program Facilitators, helped develop a Training of Trainers component, and expanded CoF's focus to include students impacted by trauma.

 

Robyn is excited to be leading their next chapter as Executive Director.

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