Staff Spotlight: Robin Stephens 02/02/2016

Staff Spotlight: Robin Stephens

Pensacola native Robin Stephens, our Foster Grandparent and Senior Companion/RELIEF Director, radiates the core values of the Council on Aging in all aspects of her persona and her position. For Robin, %u201Cit%u2019s about knowing when you leave each day you have helped someone.%u201D She says she hears from not only the seniors who volunteer within the programs, but also the families of clients, and the clients themselves, all praising the programs and the love employees like Robin embody. Robin places the spotlight on the volunteers, emphasizing that these programs make a difference simply because the children and the clients %u201Chave someone there.%u201D


Robin%u2019s position can be challenging (%u201Csometimes you have to take the heart out of it%u201D) but she wouldn%u2019t want to be doing anything else. %u201CIt%u2019s a family here, and it%u2019s all about showing people you care.%u201D Moreover, it%u2019s the %u201Cbest feeling%u2026that when I leave here people will know who I am because I%u2019ve made an impact in many people%u2019s lives.%u201D


Thank you for all you do Robin!

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