Toni Robbins began her career with the College in 1989. She earned a B.A. in Psychology form the University of Rochester and her M.S. in Adult Education from Buffalo State College. Toni has over 15 years of experience teaching, training, and coordinating programs for youth. She spent 13 years as the training coordinator of the Skills, Training, Academics, Growth and Employment (STAGE) Program at the Damon City Campus working with students who did not complete high school. Her experience also includes the supervision of pre-collegiate programs in the Education Department and the Center for Urban Educational Studies. Toni joined the Counseling the Advising Department as an academic advisor in 2005. She currently coordinates placement testing for students with disabilities; advises students; facilitates advisement workshops; and is active in several committees at the College. In her spare time, she enjoys creative writing, photography, playing sports, walking her dog, dancing and “jamming on the drums!