Director of Corporate Social Responsibility, Jackson National Life
Danielle Robinson began her career at Jackson in May of 2006 to create the company’s first ever Corporate Social Responsibility program. The Jackson National Community Fund and Jackson in Action were launched in 2007 and since that time, Jackson has awarded more than $22 million in grants and matching gifts to nonprofits across the US and increased its associate volunteer time from 1,200 hours annually to more than 13,000 hours in 2015. Jackson was named Most Outstanding Corporate Citizen by the Michigan Association of Fundraising Professionals in 2009, was one of the top five finalists for the Governor’s Service Award in 2010 and 2014 and has won numerous other industry and community awards since 2007.
Robinson serves on the board of the Capital Region Community Foundation and is a member of the Council of Michigan Foundations and Central Michigan Public Relations Society of America. She volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys & Girls Club, Ele’s Place, Junior Achievement, Meals on Wheels, Mother Teresa House, Volunteers of America and the St. John’s Music Ministry. She graduated from Michigan State University with a bachelor’s degree in communications and specialization in public relations in May 2006. Before coming to Jackson, she worked with the Michigan Department of Education, The Rossman Group (now Truscott Rossman) and Marketing Resource Group. Robinson and her husband Ryan own a home in downtown Lansing and are both Michigan natives.