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About Board & Staff Board Members President – Charlie Robin

Charlie Robin is a native of St. Louis, and has spent 25 years working in arts management, and loving almost every minute of it. As Executive Director for the Edison at Washington University, he oversees the Edison Theatre on the Danforth campus and performing venues at the 560 Music Center in University City. He also teaches Arts Management for Washington University and serves as Vice President of the Board for the Professional Theatre Council. With an undergraduate degree in Business and Music from Washington University, Charlie is currently completing a Master’s Degree in Arts Management and Leadership at Webster University.

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