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Global VP of Organisational Development

Robin Washington

Robin Washington

Robin Washington is our Global VP of Organisational Development. In her role, she helps create value-add learning programs for Keypathers, defines culture initiatives to connect and highlight the global nature of our business and is responsible for growing our global D&I programs

What do you bring to Keypath as Global VP of Global Organisational Development?

I have an educational background in teaching and education and with more than 15 years of leadership experience, I’ve developed a strong passion for helping employees grow, develop, and help reach their personal goals. In addition, I pride myself on creating a safe space for our Keypather’s to be celebrated as being incredible and unique individuals. I love being a part of creating a fun, positive, and high-performing work environment and I’ve always believed that the people on our team are always at the forefront of why we are successful.

What’s your personal motto?

I believe every person brings a different experience and opinion to the table. This diversity helps me to continue to learn and grow in my own professional goals. Also, I believe humour is the perfect remedy for any tough situation.

What excites you about higher education? 

I love that the world of education is constantly evolving and there is always so much more to learn and do. No day is the same and that’s what’s most exciting. What we do helps people reach goals they never thought they could achieve on their own. That keeps me motivated to continue learning and growing, myself. 

What’s the one hobby you couldn’t live without?  

Listening to music. I’m a huge music nerd! 

“What we do helps people reach goals they never thought they could achieve on their own. That keeps me motivated to continue learning and growing, myself.” 

Robin Washington, Global VP of Organisational Development
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