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Nominations are now closed for the Judge J. Elliott Hudson Distinguished Alumnus/a Award.
In recognition of the outstanding contributions Judge J. Elliott Hudson made to the University of King’s College, to his profession as Family Court Judge and to his volunteer commitment, the University of King’s College Alumni Association has established the Judge J. Elliott Hudson Distinguished Alumnus/a Award.
This award is to recognize King’s alumni who, like Judge Hudson, have made significant contributions to their discipline, community, charitable or volunteer work.
Pushing for equity within the business world has always been at the core of Robyn Tingley’s, BJ’97, professional pursuits. As a speaker, trainer, and author who presents to audiences worldwide about diversity and leadership, she has worked as a corporate HR and communications executive for a Fortune 100 company with responsibilities spanning four continents. Robyn uses her first-hand experience to help companies develop and implement diversity initiatives and specializes in programs for women.
Among her many accomplishments, Robyn was named to the Women Worth Watching list of top female executive trailblazers in Europe and North America. She was selected as one of the 20 Most Powerful & Influential Women in California and, in November 2017, named by Women’s Executive Network (WXN) as one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women for her work in supporting women in the workforce.
In addition to a degree in journalism from the University of King’s College she holds a degree in psychology from St. Francis Xavier University. She has studied executive education at McGill University, the Paul Merage School of Business at University of California Irvine, and has studied at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School where she was selected as one of 30 women worldwide to pilot their inaugural Women Transforming Leadership program. She is currently completing her Masters in International Relations through King’s College London. Robyn has served on various non-profit boards including museum, theater, and economic development agencies. She is currently the vice-chair of the Board of Governors of the University of New Brunswick, and a founding member of Women for 50%, an initiative focused on greater female representation in politics.
On May 25, at the Alumni Association Annual Brunch, Robyn will receive the Judge J. Elliott Hudson Distinguished Alumna Award.