Robin N. Hamilton Broadcast journalist

Robin Hamilton is a broadcast journalist whose work has taken her all over the country, as well as around the world. She was bitten by the ‘journalism bug’ while at Duke University, when she was writing her senior paper about the desegregation of Durham.

After graduation, she worked at a local station in Jacksonville, Florida as a writer and production assistant. The following year, she received a fellowship to New York University, where she received her Master’s degree in Journalism. During that time, she interned at Bloomberg Television.

Robin made her debut as a television reporter in Fort Myers, Florida and continued to earn her “reporting stripes” while working in Washington D.C., and most recently in Boston, Massachusetts as the host of the UPN38 Morning Show.

Robin’s work extends beyond television, as she has written for several publications, including the Baystate Banner as well as Boston Magazine, where she followed a New England farmer to Cuba as he brokered an agricultural deal with Fidel Castro.

Last year, she earned her Master’s degree in Public Administration from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.