Robin Bronk is CEO of The Creative Coalition -- the leading, national, nonprofit, nonpartisan social welfare organization of the arts and entertainment industry (www.thecreativecoalition.org). As CEO, Bronk is dedicated to educating and mobilizing members of The Creative Coalition on issues of public importance. As a seasoned Capitol Hill strategist, she has represented The Creative Coalition at numerous Congressional Hearings and at the White House. She is an author and public speaker and most recently produced the feature film airing on Showtime, Poliwood, directed by Academy Award-winner Barry Levinson. Bronk serves as spokesperson for The Creative Coalition and is a frequent speaker and communicator on the role of the entertainment industry in public advocacy campaigns. She has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, International Herald Tribune, Los Angeles Times, People, Boston Globe, The Washington Post; and has been a guest of “The O’Reilly Factor”, “Hardball”, “Scarborough Country”, as well as CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, NPR, PBS, New York 1 and other broadcast outlets as well as a frequent contributor to The Huffington Post. Ms. Bronk was selected as a participant in the 2010 and 2011 Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Conferences. She is the recipient of the 2011 Gracie Award for producing Watch What You Watch, a PSA campaign for girls and body image. Bronk received the 2010 Artivist Award for her leadership in the arts and activism. In addition to “Art & Soul”(Hearst), Ms. Bronk also edited, “If You Had Five Minutes With the President” (Harper Collins). Bronk also pens a weekly "Five Minutes..." column for The Hill newspaper. Ms. Bronk hosts a weekly segment on independent film for New York City’s leading radio station, WBAI-FM. Bronk serves on the New York Cultural Task Force, is a board member of The White House Project, The Close Up Foundation, Carmel Art & Film Festival, Gold Coast International Film Festival and Young Playwrights Inc., and is a member of the Public Relations Society of America and Women of Washington. She has won numerous awards and honors for her public affairs work. Bronk received her Bachelor of Arts from the Pennsylvania State University.