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British Robinson

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British Robinson

Coordinator, Prosper Africa
British Robinson

Ms. British A. Robinson serves as the Coordinator for Prosper Africa, a U.S. Presidential, national security initiative aimed at strengthening the strategic and economic partnership with African countries. She collaborates closely with the White House National Security Council and 17 U.S. federal agencies to forge partnerships with businesses, investors and government leaders.

Robinson is a visionary leader with decades of experience in public-private partnerships, social impact investing, corporate social responsibility, global public health, education, and government policy. She launched her career at Citibank in retail banking and private wealth. For more than a decade she worked with the U.S. Jesuit Conference as National Director of the Office of Social and International Ministries, where she managed their socially responsible investing program. 

Robinson began her career in government at the U.S. Department of State working on the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) as Deputy Coordinator/Director of Private Sector Engagement, where she oversaw public-private partnerships to strengthen the world’s largest global health program addressing HIV/AIDS. She recently served as President & CEO of the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy. 

In 2022, Robinson was recognized for her distinguished career by Forbes’ 50 Over 50 for Impact – a list of entrepreneurs and changemakers helping to make the world a better, more equitable place. She holds a master’s degree in government from Johns Hopkins University, a bachelor’s degree in public policy and business administration from George Washington University, and an honorary doctorate from Fairfield University.