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Robin V. Wynder earned her bachelor’s degree from Frostburg in 1980 and her master’s in 1987.
For more than 20 years, Wynder has offered support to FSU students and served numerous community organizations in Western Maryland. She started her FSU career in 1986 as advisor/counselor for Student Support Services. After taking time to care for her family, Wynder returned in 1999 as assistant director for the Diversity Center; she is now the director. As a consultant in diversity and cultural competency, she has conducted workshops for schools, colleges, businesses and civic groups. Wynder is a trained facilitator of the National Coalition Building Institute and serves on the leadership team for the National Black African Heritage Constituency of NCBI. She founded “Sister to Sister,” a program mentoring females of color from elementary to college age, and co-founded the M.A.P. (Motivation and Academic Preparation) Summer Camp Program after learning that few local African-American children had prepared for or taken the PSAT or SAT exams. Wynder and her husband, Bernard, have two children and three granddaughters.