H. Alexander Satorie-Robinson is president of Robinson & Foster a public interest consulting practice. Satorie-Robinson began his career as an accountant and CPA. Later he pursued his long-term interest in public policy and political activism as a campaign strategist, lobbyist and legislative advocate for a variety of organizations, including six years as the Senior Legislative Representative for the American Civil Liberties Union Gay and Lesbian Rights and HIV/AIDS Programs and as the Director of Public Policy for the Drug Policy Foundation.
Satorie-Robinson was the founding Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the National Black Justice Coalition. He was the Deputy Executive Director of the National Minority AIDS Council and Chief Development Officer for Creative Alliance in Baltimore.
Satorie-Robinson was a member of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS and a two-term Treasurer for Whitman-Walker Clinic, a Washington, DC-based HIV/AIDS health services provider, where he oversaw fiscal governance of the Clinic’s $15 million budget. Satorie-Robinson served on the Board of Directors for the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty for six years and was a two-term Treasurer.
Satorie-Robinson has published several commentaries and his writings have appeared in a number of anthologies and national publications including being a regular blogger for the Bilerico Project. He is the recipient of numerous community awards and recognitions including the 2008 Andrew Goodman Freedom Prize. A graduate of Penn State University Alexander holds undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Accounting and an MBA in Public Administration.