Gladys A. Robinson, NC Senate District 28 candidate

by Yes Weekly Election Coverage

Residential address: 2107 Hunter’s Ridge Drive, Pleasant Garden, NC 27313

Incumbent or challenger? Open seat

Age: 60

Campaign website or blog:

Occupation and employer: Executive director, Piedmont Health Services SickleCell Agency

Previous elective experience(including election campaigns): Twounsuccessful school board campaigns, 1990s

Civic and volunteerexperience (including service on local government commissions and boards): Member,Universityof North Carolina Board of Governors; previously, national president, BennettCollege Alumni Association; community board, East Market Street DevelopmentCorp. community board; Greensboro Area Convention and Visitors Bureau,previously served on board, currently serve on SETRAC grants committee;previously, board of directors, NC Legislative Black Caucus Foundation;Guilford Community Care Network; Leadership Greensboro graduate, 1993; PiedmontTriad Leadership Network graduate, 1994; life member, NC PTA; life member,NAACP

Education (highest degreeattained and name of institution): Doctoratein leadership studies, NC A&T University

Party registration: Democrat

What is the city and stateof your birth? Columbus, Ga.

What year did you move toGuilford County? 1967

Paid consultants workingon campaign: None

Campaign manager: Pamlyn Stubbs

Treasurer:Fred Shields

Stories about this candidate:

Blog posts about this candidate:

NC Senate candidate Gladys Robinson rallies A&T vote

On redistricting

State legislative candidates square off at Greensboro forum

Democrats stand ground at Greensboro candidate forum 

Candidates Robinson and Davis interviewed by PAC

Adams dominates NC House District 58 panel

Candidate profile: Gladys Robinson

Dorsett’s decision leaves some Democrats (in) cold

Dorsett withdraws from NC Senate 28 race

Campaign finance:

Cash on hand: $14,300

$3,000: Lillian’s List of NC (pro-choice)

$1,500: Planned Parenthood of Central NC PAC

$1,000: James Anderson, Fayetteville State University; JohnGB Ellison Jr.; Ann B. Goodnight, SAS; NC Advocates for Justice PAC (triallawyers); NC Medical Society

$723: Shirley Hall

$550: NC Sen. Katie Dorsett

$500: KJ Collins, First American Corp.; Employees PAC(state employees); Enterprise Holding Inc. PAC; Hannah Dawson Gage; John K.Lee, Lee Cos.; Marie M. Pittman; PSNC PAC; Ralph K. Shelton, Southeast Fuels;Debra F. Smith, McDonalds

Notable donors: Lewis A. Brandon III ($100), Harold L. Martin Sr., NCA&T University chancellor ($100); Franklin McCain ($100); Tim Rice, CEO ofMoses Cone Health System ($100)

Data current as of June 30