Robin Antenucci

Robin was raised in Santa Monica, California. Her family owned property in the San Bernardino Mountains and in the Mojave Desert, where they spent many weekends and holidays. Robin grew up with a love of nature and the outdoors. She has a keen interest in birds.

Robin received her Bachelor of Science degree from Colorado State University. She began her career with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, and was then transferred to Clearwater, Florida, where she became the Chief Cartographer for the Nationals Wetlands Inventory Program. She later returned to Colorado, where she worked for a consulting firm specializing in geographic information systems (GIS).

In 1999, Robin moved to Frankfort and has since worked in the tourism field, culminating in her current position as Executive Director of the Frankfort Tourist Commission. She lives in South Frankfort and is current President of the Frankfort Audubon Society.

Robin has been a Board member since 2016.