Partner Q+A: Robin Minick
Robin Minick is Director of The Real Estate Council Foundation and leads the Foundation’s community initiatives. Robin has more than 20 years experience as a real estate attorney and an integral member of senior management teams. Her private sector experience comprises both legal and business responsibilities for privately held, publicly traded and private equity-controlled entities. Those responsibilities included strategic, programmatic and financial operations, specific real estate and corporate transactions, oversight of human resources operations and direction of asset management for a multi-faceted portfolio of real estate and operating business investments.
Robin has been active in philanthropy in the Dallas community, most recently as the Chair of the Board of Dallas Social Venture Partners. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Café Momentum and the Advisory Board of the United Way’s Ground Floor. She also is the former President of the Board of Directors of the Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico.
She is a graduate of Pepperdine University School of Law and received a Non-Profit Management Certification from the Center for Non-Profit Management, Dallas, Texas in 2009.
Q: How did you first come to join SVP Dallas?
Robin: I met Sari Raskin and Gary Capshaw in the Center for Nonprofit Management’s Nonprofit Management Certification classes and they sold me!
Q: What do you like best about being involved with SVP Dallas?
Robin: I love the breadth of conversation about the ways that we can all serve our communities and, of course, being around great people.
Q: What would you say to those considering becoming a Partner?
Robin: If you want to discover the best way for you to be involved in the community, at any level, join SVP Dallas. There are so many options and you are exposed to so many organizations and community leaders through SVP Dallas. No other organization or group will give you such a vast exposure using the skills that you have with opportunities to educate yourself about what others are doing to serve.