Starlyn Robinson, a current senior attending North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, is majoring in Earth and Environmental Science as well as Political Science. Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, Starlyn has been involved with the environmental sciences since high school; working in a soil science lab with professor C. Raczkowski of her future home institution, the National Wildlife Federation, and co-founding E.C.O. Kids, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Currently the Assistant Director of Ignite Greensboro, an EPA GRO fellow, Senior Class Treasurer, and a spring 2011 initiate into the Alpha Mu Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated; Starlyn still incorporates her passion for the environment into all of her extracurricular activities. She maintains her infectious interest in all things environmental, and has a strong desire to effect policy.
NC A&T Ambassadors Jamin Tunstall and Starlyn Robinson created the FAT Foods survey, which was designed to gauge student perceptions of the health of food on campus and near campus, and to assess their knowledge of the relationship between diet and disease in the African American community.