Best Practices in Reentry to Improve Employment Outcomes for Those Returning From Incarceration
Jynelle Robinson is an innovative and accomplished program and human resources management professional with a track record of success in human capital strategies, workforce development, operational oversight, quality improvement, labor relations, coaching, and organizational development. She is a collaborative professional, experienced in small, mid, and large-scale project management, including the management of cross functional teams, and is adept at identifying training and developmental needs through job analysis, appraisal schemes and partnering with leadership. Robinson is also a skilled recruiter with exceptional retention rates, adroit at problem solving and informed decision making. She is also well versed in Title 6 & 7 areas of employment law as well as the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Currently, Mrs. Robinson is the Statewide Community Transition Administrator at the Florida Department of Corrections, where she is leading an effort to align best practices in reentry to improve employment outcomes for those returning from incarceration and reduce recidivism.
Robinson has provided human resources management and organizational development consulting to various organizations over the span of 22 years. Previous work assignments have included Project Coordination for the division of workforce development at Tallahassee Community College, Board Staff at CareerSource Capital Region, Director of HR and Administration at Mainline Information Systems, Director of HR and Administration at Disability Rights Florida, and Director of HR and Administration at VISIT FLORIDA.
Robinson received her bachelor’s degree from Florida State University and has obtained Certification as a Quality Improvement Associate from the American Society for Quality.
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