Chief Education and Workforce Development Officer – EPIXC- Electrified Processes for Industry Without Carbon, Arizona State University
Robin Hammond is the Chief Workforce Development Officer for Electrified Processes for Industry Without Carbon (EPIXC), which was recently selected as the DOE’s 7th Clean Energy Manufacturing Innovation Institute. Robin's higher education career spans 3 decades, with the last 16 years working as the Founding Director of the Fulton Schools of Engineering Career Center at Arizona State University, which now serves over 32,000 students as the largest engineering college in the country. While there, Robin worked with companies to develop their talent pipeline strategies, ranging from small start-ups to multi-billion-dollar global corporations. Passionate about access, Robin also helped lead first-generation, diversity and inclusion initiatives, and advises the American Indian Science and Engineering Society at ASU. She has held leadership roles in the American Society of Engineering Education Cooperative and Experiential Education division. A serial educator, Robin has designed and delivered multiple tech and entrepreneurship bootcamps for college students. Robin holds a bachelor's degree from ASU and is an Arizona Native.