Robin T. Frye has been working for Dartmouth College since 2005. Frye discovered her passion for management and leadership subjects shortly after joining the Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth in 2009. Since then, she has lent her experience and expertise in implementing leadership programs for undergraduate students at different levels of maturity and developmental stages. Frye is trained and certified in life and career coaching by the International Coaching Federation and uses these techniques when advising students for personal and professional growth. Frye also has expertise in marketing, which she uses to develop strategies for program outreach. Currently, she is responsible for managing the Rockefeller Center's Management and Leadership Development Program (MLDP) and organizes student workshops for professional skills development. She is committed to continuous quality improvement and develops and improves administrative systems to support all the Center's programs with other team members. Frye earned a B.A. in marketing from Franklin Pierce College in New Hampshire and is currently pursuing a Master's in Liberal Studies at Dartmouth with a focus on cultural studies. Her research is focused on the upward mobility of first-generation, low-income Dartmouth students. Frye is a real estate investor with long-term rental properties. She is a proud mother of two who keep the family busy with sports and art projects.