Elizabeth Eguía Robinson brings a lifelong dedication to service through best practices in philanthropy, communications, and community engagement. Robinson received her Bachelor of Arts at Our Lady of the Lake University, and Master of Arts at St. Mary’s University. She has served in various capacities in the role of development, public affairs, and community partnerships within the nonprofit sector with leading agencies such as The University of Texas at San Antonio, Alamo Colleges District’s Palo Alto College, Project QUEST, Inc. and presently College Forward, a part of College Possible.
Elí (pronounced ellie) has dedicated her 20+ years of services to agencies working with the underserved, disenfranchised, and marginalized in society and who help them advance their socio-economic human conditions and enable their economic mobility in life. Elí is a graduate of various distinguished leadership programs including the National Hispana Leadership Institute’s Fellowship Program, 2004, Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government’s Executive Leadership Program, 2004, the Center for Creative Leadership’s Leadership Program, 2004, and more recently, the Leadership San Antonio, Class #43 (aka LSA300). Elí presently serves as President of the Association of Fundraising Professionals San Antonio and South Texas Chapter Board. She also serves on the Vestry leadership team of her parish St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church.