Meadow Robinson serves as a Directing Attorney at Homebase, where she supports Bay Area communities in their efforts to end homelessness by assisting with grant application and compliance, training design and facilitation, and strategic planning. Her work also includes research, data collection, and technical assistance strategy development for the Cooperative Agreements to Benefit Homeless Individuals (CABHI) Program. Meadow graduated with a BA in Psychology from Athabasca University before receiving her JD from Thompson Rivers University. She is licensed to practice law in Alberta, Canada and California. She loves to travel and ski, and is working on her golf game.
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