Yasmeen Robbins has spent 12 years in public education. She received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from North Carolina State University. Robbins spent eight years as a classroom teacher in the Cumberland County school district, where she was involved in the Governor’s Teachers Network, and conducted action research for the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. She later received a Masters in Education with a focus in Literacy from Methodist University.
As a K-5 Instructional coach for the past four years, Robbins has been working to build, support, and maintain teacher capacity. She recently completed her Masters in School Administration at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke as a North Carolina Sandhills Leadership Program participant. Robbins has a passion for education and strives to do what is best for all students.