Robin Elizabeth Herr is a highly trained journalist and educator. English is her native language and she is fluent in professional Danish.
Whether it's writing, rewriting or translating, Robin's sophisticated English is a plus for companies that demand fluency. She has improved and refined annual reports, corporate sustainability reports and a 400-page company history. With 12 years of teaching experience, she can also help employees better their written and spoken English.
Robin views everything as a story to tell. Her narrative skills help companies reinforce their message and energize their brand. She has rewritten a Nobel Laureate's economic book into blogs and secured additional customers through social media. As a founding member of the podcast network, Audia, Robin can also produce company podcasts for employees and customers on the go.
Robin thrives in multicultural environments and has held jobs in three foreign languages. When not working with corporate clients, she is a journalist. Her writings have appeared in The Huffington Post, USA Today, The Washington Post, Weekendavisen, Politiken, Berlingske, Kristeligt Dagblad and Information.
Robin's television work includes stints with the BBC, DR2 Dagen and DR2 Deadline. She also hosted a podcast about the United States and has delivered to National Public Radio.
A third-generation Californian, Robin has an M.S. from Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and a J.D. from Columbia Law School, both located in New York City. Later, she completed a Ph.D. at Copenhagen Business School, where she was assistant professor.