Robin Pratt has 25 years of experience in health system management and program administration, Robin’s passion centers on community-facing initiatives that reduce disparities and champion the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion for senior management and leaders in healthcare.
Her track record of professional areas of expertise include: community engagement, affinity health program models, cultural competency, diversity, leveraging community and faith partnerships to improve equity for diverse populations, community board and advisory development, grant writing, and foundation/philanthropic relationships.
As a seasoned professional, Robin has served in various leadership positions in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors of healthcare. She has presented at local, regional, and national conferences on health disparities for women and underserved populations. She joined the Exeter team in 2020 as a Senior Consultant.
Robin was part of the planning and development of the DePaul Center of Community Health Equity and Rush University Medical Center partnership and in 2018. She received the Unsung Heroine Award from the Cook County Board of Commissioners for her community work in reaching women in underserved communities to improve health outcomes. The initiative entailed a robust, culturally competent model to educate and improve health behaviors and lifestyle choices. The Health Legacy Program she created was recognized and funded by the Cigna Foundation and continues to take place throughout the Chicago-land area.
Robin earned her bachelor’s in science degree from Xavier University of Louisiana, and master’s degree in Health and Hospital administration from Sarah Lawrence College in New York.
“We are each other’s harvest; we are each other’s business; we are each other’s magnitude and bond.” – Gwendolyn Brooks