Robin Selwitz

Robin is a dedicated, spirited problem solver with a lifelong aspiration to advocate for underserved populations. She previously worked for Dimagi, which is a mobile healthcare technology company in Boston, Massachusetts. She worked with users around the world by training and teaching them on technology used to diagnose/prevent disease, provide access to health care resources, and offer patient management. She also spent time in India working with local community health workers to train them how to use technology to track patients and cases.

Prior to Dimagi, Robin worked as an Information & Referral Specialist for Mass211. She worked with clients by providing resources and advocacy to those looking to find food, shelter, and emergency assistance. In addition, she researched new programs to refer to users as well as innovative ways to provide help to her clients, and was trained in emergency management through the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.

Robin also served as an AmeriCorps member through the Job Ready Program. She worked with local nonprofit organizations in the community to help create training programs and find resources for jobs while empowering clients to explore educational opportunities. She also advocated for families to receive help with basic human needs, such as food and heating assistance by working with local utility companies and charities.

Robin is a proud alumna of Framingham State University where she graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology.