Tamara Harris Robinson, MSW ’12
Tamara Harris Robinson is a pioneer in the field of divorce coaching, advising clients in the US and internationally on strategies to become better champions for themselves and their children. She serves her clients with a unique blend of skills and competencies in business, finance, coaching, and social work, and draws on the experience of successfully navigating her own complex protracted divorce. She is currently an adjunct lecturer at NYU Silver and has taught at the Montclair State University Center for Child Advocacy.
Prior to establishing her firm, Ms. Harris Robinson had a successful career in international finance in the Hong Kong offices of Citigroup and Deutsche Bank, and at the Prudential Asset Management Group in the US. She received her BA in Economics and MBA from the University of Pittsburgh. She also earned dual master’s degrees from NYU Silver and NYU Wagner School of Public Policy.
An art collector and philanthropist, Ms. Harris Robinson serves on the board of The Second Stage Theatre. She is also a member of the Studio Museum in Harlem’s Global Council, the Apollo Theater’s Women’s Committee, and the Davis Museum at Wellesley College’s Director’s Council.
Ms. Harris Robinson has served on the boards of educational organizations assisting low-income and minority students, including the United Negro College Fund (vice-chair and head of the development and investment committees) and the New Jersey Advocates for Education (co-founder and former president), where she raised more than $1 million to fund merit- and need-based collegiate scholarships for promising students. She has served on the advisory board of Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Essex, Hudson, and Union Counties in NJ.
Ms. Harris Robinson splits her time between residences in New York and Miami.