Madeline Robinson has worked in the non-profit sector in a management or executive position for the past twenty years. She was also active in the Florida Jaycees and was recognized for her dedication and leadership skills on several occasions at the state and national level. She served on the Florida Jaycee state board for three years as the Community Development V.P., Individual Development V.P., and Management V.P. respectively. She was also instrumental in the passage of the Jeffery Tackett Law Enforcement Safety Act in the state of Florida. Madeline was recently paid homage to at a breakfast held in her honor by the University of Tampa Ethics Center where she received the Tampa Bay Ethics Award.
She credits the Florida Jaycees with giving her the tools to start and run Wheelchairs 4 Kids 10 years ago from a spare bedroom. She has successfully grown the charity to where it is now – with integrity and fiscal responsibility. Madeline’s experience makes her uniquely qualified for this position. Her dedication, perseverance, and success record will ensure that every effort will be made to reach the organization’s goals.