Sullivan Robinson is Executive Director for The Leadership council for Healthy Communities, Inc. (LCHC). As a founding member of LCHC, Ms. Robinson provides executive leadership for this growing organization headquartered in the District of Columbia (DC). She has over twenty-five years’ executive leadership experience with community and faith-based organizations in DC and New York, NY. Ms. Robinson provided executive leadership for the Trinity Development Center (DC) from 2005-2009, where she planned and coordinated the “Clergy Leadership Summit on HIV/AIDS” with more than 150 clergy in Washington, DC. She also acquired funding support and managed a highly-acclaimed substance abuse and HIV/AIDS prevention program that established church-based Conversation Centers to reduce HIV-related stigma in five wards in DC. Her previous positions include serving as executive director of the Congress of National Black Churches (DC), Associated Black Charities (NY), and Opportunities Industrialization Centers (OIC) of NY. Other positions in New York included serving as a management consultant for the New York City Mission Society, National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Harlem Urban Development Corporation, and New York State Department of Social Services.