Robin Cullen, Board-member-at-large
Robin is new to Kenosha and Wisconsin moving here from Illinois in May of 2020, right at the beginning of the pandemic. She immediately fell in love with Kenosha and the beautiful sunrises over lake Michigan. Then the riots occurred right outside her building. She was appalled when vigilantes showed up to “protect” the community which resulted in two individuals dying and another one seriously injured. The divided response to the riots and the killings was new to Robin. She had spent the last 25 years raising her children in Oak Park, IL. a diverse and progressive town outside of Chicago. She was used to living in a Democratic stronghold where working hard to spread the message of Democrats was not necessary. Coming to a purple Kenosha County with democrats fighting hard to flip it to blue was a new but exciting experience for her. She wants to help the fight in Kenosha County and do whatever she can to spread the message of the democrats.
Robin comes with more than 30 years of experience working in public education with students who are deaf and hard of hearing. She is also an experienced counselor with her own private practice. Social justice for all is at the core of all she does. All people deserve the chance to thrive and reach their potential. It is this belief that led her to seek out the Kenosha County Democratic Party and do her part in spreading their message.
Robin loves her new town and is energized by the commitment and philosophy of the KCDP and is excited to do her part.