Board Member 2013 – Present
Lucinda Robb worked for 15 years at The Teaching Company/Great Courses, where she was Director of Recruiting and advised world class professors on how to give better lectures.
Prior to that she worked for the Center for Legislative Archives at the National Archives, serving as Project Director for exhibits and educational outreach projects ranging from the presidency of Thomas Jefferson to women’s petitions to Congress. She currently serves on the board of the Arlington Food Assistance Center and Communities in Schools NOVA, and in 2016 she started KidsGiving, a project to teach children philanthropy.
The granddaughter of President Lyndon Baines Johnson, she has been a member of the Archives board since 2013, and lives in Arlington, VA with her husband and three children.