robbie routenberg, M.A.
Areas of Interest: Gender Identity/Expression, Disability Culture, Ethics, Dialogue, Facilitation Training, Theatre of the Oppressed, Intercultural Exchange
A commitment to social justice and interculturalism grounds robbie’s personal and professional involvements. For 10 years, robbie has been serving as a social justice educator, aiming to illuminate the many ways that systems of inequity affect us as individuals and groups. Through highly interactive and reflective pedagogy, robbie facilitates the development of awareness, knowledge and skills in students and practitioners and assists them in applying this knowledge to multiple roles and contexts. robbie attained a Master’s Degree from the Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education program at the University of Michigan in 2007 and a Bachelor’s of Sociology from State University of New York at Geneseo in 2005. Currently, robbie serves as the Director of the Global Scholars Program at the University of Michigan. robbie’s professional portfolio includes appointments as the Program Manager of the Program on Intergroup Relations and as a lecturer and consultant for the Center for Global and Intercultural Studies, roles held at the University of Michigan. Acting as a Coordinator of ACPA’s Institute on Social Justice in 2010 and 2012 and serving on the directorate body for ACPA’s Commission for Social Justice Educators, robbie’s service to the student affairs profession has contributed to a body of social justice scholarship. A Co-Lead facilitator for LeaderShape, robbie works with student leaders committed to social change. As a frequent consultant, presenter and author, routenberg has helped individuals and organizations achieve their goals related to intercultural communication, reflective practice and engaging across identity differences.
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