Robyn Hammontree

Director, Learning Partnerships

Robyn Hammontree has more than a decade of experience developing and supervising education programs in both the public and private sectors. She has designed curriculum programs for both K-12 and higher education, including undergraduate, graduate and professional programs. Robyn also has experience teaching at all ages and understands the practical concerns facing today’s education workforce. With a passion for reading and technology, Robyn has a gift for finding the heart of a lesson and pairing it with exciting and innovative storytelling techniques. Most recently she was a senior instructional designer at the University of Alabama, overseeing the team’s interactive technology efforts and the creation of hundreds of courses across all disciplines on campus. Earlier, Robyn worked at the Institute of Reading Development, building courses and supervising a team of hundreds of teachers across the United States. At the University of Alabama, Robyn earned a B.A. in International Studies and French and an M.A. in International Relations. She’s a mother, a reader, a runner, a traveler and an occasional maker of fine cocktails.