Robyne Robinson has been a well-known personality in the Twin Cities for more than 20 years. An award-winning pioneer in Minnesota broadcasting and state politics, Robinson was the first black prime time news anchor in the Minneapolis – St. Paul TV market and only the second African-American to run for Lt. Governor of Minnesota. She’s also known as a staunch advocate for Minnesota arts, as well as an international jewelry designer.
Robinson currently serves as Arts and Culture Director of the Airport Foundation MSP at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.