Social Emotional Learning Specialist
Rhonda Robbins is a graduate of Gardner Webb University with a Bachelor's degree in Sociology and Psychology. She has worked with children in the mental health field for over twenty years as a Forensic Interviewer, Victim Advocate, and Community Educator. Rhonda transitioned into the educational setting and is currently an Intervention Specialist in an Elementary school in Western North Carolina. Rhonda helps students identify and develop appropriate social and emotional skills to be successful in school, home and life. Rhonda was inspired by students to write about ways they could read and learn about appropriate social and emotional skills. Rhonda has presented both state wide and nationally on Child Abuse and Neglect Issues and Utilizing a Facility Dog. Rhonda was the recipient of the 2018 Lily's Hope Award for her work in the Child Abuse field.