Robin Caufman, senior planner out of our St. Cloud location, accepted a Program Extraordinaire Alumni Award on behalf of the Hubert H. Humphrey (HHH) School of Public Affairs for her work with the university’s Alumni Exchange program. The Program Extraordinaire Alumni Award is given to an exceptional alumni program sponsored by a collegiate unit, alumni society, or alumni network.
About Robin’s Work at the University of Minnesota
The Alumni Exchange was designed to increase alumni interaction and create enriching discussions and connections between University of Minnesota community members. As the current President of the HHH Alumni Board and having served on the committee as a member and chair for the Alumni Engagement Committee, Robin has assisted in putting on a series of virtual panel discussions on current policy issues over the past three years. She also served as an HHH Mentor, as a guest lecturer for the program, and was an adjunct for two years. Robin also serves on the HHH Alumni Association’s Collegiate Board and is a President’s Club member.
At Bolton & Menk
Since beginning her career in 1994, Robin has filled multiple roles on regional infrastructure plans and projects, including transportation corridors, wastewater plans, environmental studies, and streetscape designs. As a senior planner, her primary areas of expertise include community engagement, metropolitan area comprehensive planning, and land use analysis. Prior to joining Bolton & Menk, Robin spent 21 years between Metropolitan Council and Metro Transit where she was responsible for working with local governments and communities on comprehensive planning, regional infrastructure planning, and engineering and construction of large transit projects. Robin excels at listening to project partners and community stakeholders and communicating technical information to ensure a clear understanding by all parties.
Congratulations to Robin and the Alumni Exchange program!