Robin graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics with a minor in Dance. While there she was an East Carolina Cheerleader for two years and danced on the nationally ranked Pure Gold Dance Team. Robin was runner up in the Miss North Carolina USA pageant and was a dancer in the television series The Chronicles of Young Indy. Robin owned and operated Dance Creations for five years before getting married and moving to the west coast. While living in California Robin worked at Roseville School of Ballet. Since moving to Utah she has done choreography for several Alpine Community Theater Productions, as well as several school plays. Robin was also a member of the Diamond Dance Company.
Robin has written two children's books that are illustrated and in the publishing process. She is currently writing a collection of short stories in collaboration with four other women writers and is super excited about what is being produced. You can find Robin on IMDB for her credits as a Dora in the movie Lost at Desert, Claire in My Melinda and as second Assistant Director in Robber's Roost starring Margo Kidder. She has also acted in several commercials and is excited to be part of a new web series.
Robin currently holds the title of Mrs. Utah America, with a platform which deals with suicide preventions, especially among teens. Robin's children are becoming more independent and she is finding time to spread her wings. While her creative pursuits are invigorating, Robin has felt a call that she has been pursuing for several years. Because of the unbelievable amount of teenage suicides in her community and having a child who struggles with anxiety and depression, Robin has felt a power beyond herself that has come with an amazing amount of inspiration. Because of Robin's personal experiences, she has been able to help many families dealing with similar concerns. Robin has served on Be The Change and has been involved with the Care Club and she knows it is now time to take her platform to a statewide and eventually national level and has a detailed plan to become a non-profit organization. To support her movement, Robin has written and is the producer of a short film directed by award winning director Rob Diamond and has been approached to make it into a feature film. It is based on a true story that focuses on fostering inclusion for teenage suicide prevention and build true self esteem through looking outward.
Robin is married to Kevin Towle . They currently reside in Alpine, Utah where she home schools her six children. Robin loves children and is so enthusiastic about this opportunity. Robin feels that the most important part in teaching children is to build their self esteem. She wants all of her students to feel they are valued and special. Robin believes it is in this environment that they will thrive.