Robyn is an experienced consultant with expertise rooted in data analysis, public policy research, and campaign management. She joined Emergent Method in 2018, focusing her efforts on qualitative and quantitative research, strategic communications, and survey research for a variety of the firm’s clients. Robyn is skilled in statistical analysis and coding, with proficiencies in R, Stata, and SPSS.
Robyn has served as an adjunct professor at the LSU Manship School of Mass Communication, where she has taught a variety of undergraduate political communication courses. Prior to joining Emergent Method, she was a principal at Stiles Consulting, LLC, where she managed various data-driven projects for clients including state-wide campaigns, business development efforts, and political advocacy groups. She previously worked for firms including i-360, Eberle Communications Group, and the Media Research Center.
Robyn earned her Doctor of Philosophy in Mass Communication and Public Affairs from Louisiana State University. Additionally, she holds a Master of Professional Studies with a concentration in Political Management from George Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley.
In addition to her professional and academic affiliations, Robyn currently serves on the boards of Youth Oasis and the Capital Area Alliance for the Homeless (CAAH). She is also an avid USTA league tennis player and a member of the Junior League of Baton Rouge.