Andrew F. Robinson Consulting, Principal
with the people they seek to reach— employees and customers alike. They collaborate with Andrew to build and strengthen narrative-based cultures that foster and sustain what the neurologist Daniel Siegel calls “Resonance”.
University of Oregon’s School of Journalism says:
“Andrew’s ability to identify story and inspire people makes him a strategic storyteller in the purest sense.”
His fascination with stories and how they affect people led him to graduate school in the late nineties, where he studied behavioral psychology and human systems. He graduated at the top of his class, then served as an Executive Director in the nonprofit sector. Andrew designed models of engagement and empathic research that received national attention, and he grew the organization to reach more than fifty-thousand youth and adults each year.
In 2006 Andrew began his narrative-based training, research, and strategy consultancy. Spurred by curiosity and a deep desire to understand people, Andrew creates custom solutions to the challenges each client faces.
Andrew also teaches at the University of Oregon. Interactions with students and the course material keep him current with the ever-evolving field of storytelling, neurology, and human engagement. Andrew lives in Eugene, Oregon with Emily, his wife of twenty years, and their three daughters, four chickens, and Bernese Mountain Dog. In addition to spending as much time as possible with his wife and daughters, Andrew writes, records, and performs his own music.