Sarah Finnie Robinson
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Sarah Finnie Robinson is Founding Partner at WeSpire, the employee engagement platform that empowers forward-thinking global organizations to reach their greatest potential. With the only configurable library consisting of hundreds of action-based programs backed by applied behavioral science, WeSpire enables individuals and entire organizations to drive measurable, positive impact.
Previously, Robinson spent fourteen years at The Atlantic Monthly, where she was the Editorial Promotion Director; at iVillage, where she was the launch Editorial Programming Director; and at The New Yorker magazine.
Sarah received her M.A. from the Breadloaf School of English at Middlebury College and a B.A. from Princeton University. She serves on the boards of The Boston Harbor Association on the Climate Preparedness committee; of the Metcalf Institute of Environmental Reporting; and of the Princeton Class of 1978 Foundation, which supports service projects around the world. She was named a scholar at the penultimate Aspen Institute Environment Forum, and she is pursuing an altMBA via Seth Godin. Publications include The Atlantic and Family Life.
Sarah and her husband Jack Robinson spend their free time in coastal Rhode Island gardening and relaxing with family and friends.