Mary Robinson graduated from The Catholic University of America with a B.A. in psychology. While in college Mary was a member of the lacrosse team and led youth lacrosse camps. She was also a peer tutor, where her interests in psychology and education developed. After college, Mary joined Teach For America where she served as a high school special education teacher in North Carolina. In this role, Mary co-taught English and Math courses for students in the 9th through 12th grades. She has experience working with students with learning differences, including attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, intellectual disabilities, among others. She became the exceptional children’s department chair in her third year teaching. Mary was the head girls’ soccer coach and helped lead numerous student organizations during her three years teaching.
Mary earned a masters degree in clinical psychology at Loyola University Maryland. She is particularly interested in neuropsychology and assessment. In her free time, Mary enjoys playing sports, running, baking, and reading.