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What's Up Chat: Meet Mayor Robinson

  • April 24, 2019
  • 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
  • Clark Partington -- 125 East Intendencia Street (4th Floor), Pensacola, Florida 32502

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Meet Mayor Robinson 

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Join us for an intriguing update from Mayor Robinson.

Mayor Robinson

Presenter: Grover Robinson, IV
Mayor
City of Pensacola 

Grover C. Robinson, IV is a seventh generation Pensacolian who grew up in Escambia County. Graduating Summa cum Laude from Birmingham Southern College in 1992, Mayor Robinson obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics.

Prior to taking office, Mayor Robinson served as Escambia County Commissioner from 2006-2018 and has an extensive history of service to the Pensacola Community which includes serving on the City of Pensacola’s Planning Board from 2002-2005.

Mayor Robinson has won awards for his community involvement and service including the Joe Oldmixon Service Award, the Presidential Advocate Award and Leadership Pensacola. In addition, he has a variety of Certificates of Appreciation and Recognition including the Special Congressional Recognition Certificates from both the Florida Senate and House of Representatives.

He is actively involved with a large variety of community organizations and holds positions on Baptist Healthcare Foundation and Pensacola State College Boards. He is married to Jill Robinson and has two children, Grover V and Anna Lowery. He and his family are active parishioners at the Christ Episcopal Church.


The What’s Up! Chat Series is an educational program which connects our membership with local experts and community leaders in an informal setting. This format creates a unique opportunity for speaker and audience to understand an issue’s impact on commercial real estate and the community as a whole. 

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