Fellow Friday: Alumni Spotlight ft: Hillary Hall Robinson, Leaders of Color Louisiana

February 9, 2023

Hillary Hall Robinson was born in New Orleans, Louisiana to two educators. She has one son, Kingston, and her life revolves around him. She attended Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where she was a member of the Lady Jaguars basketball team and the Delores Spikes Honors College.  She received her bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications – TV Broadcasting. She later completed her Master’s Degree in Special Education in conjunction with obtaining a graduate certificate in Adult Learning and Teaching English Language Learners. After being inspired by her father, she recently completed her studies at Arkansas State University and obtained her specialist degree in Educational Leadership and Administration. She currently serves as the Exceptional Students Services Support Facilitator at the Louisiana School for the Deaf. Her ultimate career goal is to serve the United States of America as the Secretary of Education. She is a firm believer of promoting life-long learning and connecting the community to the school.

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