Following High School where she was salutorian at Andrew Jackson High School in Jacksonville, FL, Brenda Robinson attended Princeton University on academic scholarship earning a BSE in Civil Engineering. She went on to earn a Master of Engineering from the University of Florida, a Masters in Public Administration (MPA) from Florida State University and a PhD in Civil Engineering with a concentration in structures from Florida State University.
Dr. Brenda Robinson has worked in academia, government and the private sector. Her work has included computer programming, designing bridges, materials engineering, wind engineering, seismic engineering, storm water engineering, soil engineering, commercial & governmental structures, building homes, teaching, researching and writing.
In academia, she's served on the faculty of Florida State University, Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University and Triton College. In the government sector, she served in the Bridge Design Section of the Florida Department of Transportation.
Dr. Robinson also served as a research team member at Argonne National Laboratory where she wrote software to model behavior of a nuclear reactor.
Brenda Robinson is a Registered Professional Engineer in Florida, Georgia and Illinois, a State of Florida Certified General Contractor and, a Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) Qualified Stormwater Management Inspector.
In addition to her professional affiliations, Brenda Robinson is also active with her family, church and community organizations.
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