Robin Williams Wood, Esq. has been active in Baltimore’s civic life since arriving in the city from San Francisco in 1995. She has worked in nonprofit management and governance roles in several Baltimore area organizations that work to break down barriers to opportunity for residents who find themselves locked out, or left out, of the mainstream.
Wood served in volunteer and employed leadership roles in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Urban Health Initiative (Baltimore’s Safe & Sound Campaign) from 1997-2005. In addition to her service on the Open Society Institute-Baltimore advisory board, she has served on the governing boards of the Associated Black Charities, the Baltimore Community Foundation, the Baltimore School for the Arts, the Community Law Center, and the Center for Urban Families. She also served the City of Baltimore for a number of years as a Planning Commissioner.
Mrs. Wood is a graduate of the University of California-Irvine, and the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.