Robin Cammarota is the Program Director and Digital Strategist for the ACG. With a focus on engaging the next generation of transatlanticists, much of her work is geared to digital outreach and new programming for young professionals. Robin manages the ACG’s fellowship programs, including recruiting fellows, overseeing fellows’ research itineraries, building relationships with key institutional partners, and maintaining a network of more than 1000 fellowship alumni. In addition, she maintains the ACG’s presence on digital platforms including the Council’s website and social media, as well as generating new digital content in the form of newsletters, podcasts, and videos. She also organizes the ACG’s Political Salons, which brings together a diverse group of younger and mid-career professionals for informal, open discussions on timely topics in transatlantic relations. She is the key point person for the Council’s Leadership Missions and conferences both in the United States and aboard. She joined the staff of the American Council on Germany in June 2009 as Fellowship Coordinator, later becoming the Fellowship Manager in 2013.
She was previously the Associate Director of Recruitment at Mercy College, where she worked as the New York City recruiter for the undergraduate and graduate admission department. She holds a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Mercy College and a bachelor’s degree in German language and literature with a focus on women’s studies from CUNY Hunter College. She has also studied German language at Europa-Kolleg in Kassel, Germany.