Robyn Ezzell conducts regional and national searches for nonprofit organizations in need of executive and senior leadership roles. Her experience includes working with social service/human services, animal welfare, conservation, education, faith-based ministries, and other cause-related and philanthropic charities.
Her clients range from major foundations to national charitable coalitions to small local nonprofits. Robyn also consults with candidates in the for-profit sector seeking to transition into the nonprofit arena.
Robyn began her career in television broadcasting. During her eight-year career she won three Alabama Associated Press Awards. Before joining FGP, she was the Morning/Noon Anchor for WSOC-TV in Charlotte, NC. She credits her years in investigative journalism to becoming a trusted advisor in talent management.
Growing up in Alabama, Robyn frequented the Gulf Coast and considers herself a self-proclaimed beach snob. Now in South Carolina, she and her husband Cory take family trips to Hilton Head and Pawleys Island. At home the couple enjoys playing with their dog Tally and cat "Little Cat."
Robyn received a bachelor’s degree in communications and information sciences from the University of Alabama.