Robin Maynard-Harris has served the citizens of Orange County as a Paramedic and Crime Scene Investigator since 1995. After the loss of her Mom Libby to breast cancer in 2006, Robin knew saving lives would take on a whole new path and with that, Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation was formed in 2007. Robin worked full time as a CSI while running the foundation until 2009 when she cashed in her 401K and left her career to dedicate herself to this foundation in her Mother’s honor and memory.
Immediately following the Pulse Tragedy in June 2016 , Robin helped found Pulse of Orlando and served as Vice chair raising funds and advocating for Survivors and Victim Family Members. At the same time Robin became a founding member of the LGBTQ Task Force , now known as the One Orlando Alliance . Robin has been the 49 Bells Committee Chair since it’s inception and continues to work with the Pulse affected community as OOA Board Chair working to empower and unify the LGBTQ+ community and advocating for resources and healing.
Robin has certification in Patient Navigation from the George Washington University and has received numerous awards including Hometown Hero, Non-Profit Leadership award from the Women’s Executive Council, Congressional recognition during women’s history month, Public Citizen of the Year from National Association of Social Workers and Watermark’s Most Remarkable People of 2016.
Robin lives on 28 acres with her wife Tracy and 2 rescue dogs, Winston and Sloan.