Enhancing the lives of older adults using mindfulness, meditation and movement
Author: oria mindful
Robyn Earley is a Speech-Language Pathologist and healthcare administrator who received her BA in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Florida and her MA in Communication Sciences and Disorders from San Diego State University. She has over 20 years of experience as a healthcare leader in a variety of settings including long-term acute care, subacute rehab, outpatient, home health, hospice, long-term care, and senior housing. Robyn served as the founder and head of a large Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology team at a Harvard Medical School-affiliated health care continuum. Robyn is a certified LEAN/Six-Sigma green belt.
As a lifelong wellness enthusiast, Robyn also developed and successfully pitched the adoption of an employee wellness plan to her healthcare organization as part of an executive training program. Robyn was a leader in both institutional and organizational ethics boards including serving as a consultant throughout the continuum of care. Most recently, Robyn worked in business development and as a clinical specialist for an established mobile healthcare company. As a community volunteer, Robyn was active in the Junior League of Boston, sponsoring and then chairing their partnership with Dress for Success Boston. Robyn's passion and interest in mindfulness meditation has led her to become a student of the practice and most recently to learn the practice of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). By combining her background in geriatric neurological disease with her passion for wellness, Robyn hopes to positively impact the lives of older adults. Outside of work, Robyn spends her times outdoors. She is an accomplished sailboat racer, avid snowboarder and is has traveled throughout the world.