Black Robin Media is a full-service minority and woman-owned media and communications company, specializing in television and video production, marketing
We collaborate with our clients throughout the entire production process, providing a variety of unique approaches and ideas to create captivating, culturally relevant programming and events that engage audiences across all media platforms and venues.
With a proven reputation for delivering the highest quality work on time and on
Lynne Robinson – CEO and Executive Producer
Lynne is an award-winning producer, director and writer with over 25 years of experience in media. She has produced a multitude of television, documentary and digital content for networks, museums and organizations including PBS, the Smithsonian Channel, TV One, YouTube Originals, Audible Originals, BET, Discovery Communications, National Geographic, AspireTV, the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture and the National Basketball Association. With expertise in history, pop culture, sports, and public affairs, Ms. Robinson is particularly known for her commitment to empowering and inspiring audiences by providing an authentic voice to the stories of women and African Americans who have shaped our world.
Carol Johnson Green – Senior Talent Producer
Industry insiders know her as “CJ”, and she has achieved tremendous success at carving out a stellar reputation and building relationships with major television, radio and print media outlets specializing in news, talk and entertainment. Her database contains an impressive contact list, which she leverages to book and engage talent in every genre. CJ has previously held positions with NBC, CNBC, FOX, BET, and NPR and has worked directly with notable personalities such
Traci C. Drummond – Line Producer and Production Manager
Traci is an award-winning line producer and production manager with over 25 years experience in television, radio and digital media. As a Producer with Black Robin Media, she has managed projects for clients such as TV One, the DC Prevention Centers, the Black Women’s Agenda, the Ron Brown Scholar Program and the Black Women’s Health Imperative. Her previous management positions include serving as the Director of Operations at National Geographic Television overseeing the production management and post production departments, Supervising Producer at The Smithsonian Channel, managing the production of over 130 videos installed in the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) and Line Producer and Production Manager for TV One’s live morning news show News One Now, hosted by journalist Roland Martin. Traci has also been an integral part of productions for clients such as BET, Story House Productions and the National Geographic Channel.
Carol Hilliard – Art Director and Animator
Carol is an Emmy Award winning art director and animator with over 25 years experience in 2D & 3D animation, interactive design, special effects, compositing and illustration for museums, institutions, film, television and corporations. Her work has won multiple awards including Emmy Award, CINE Golden Eagle and American Association of Museums MUSE Award.
Sundi Lofty – Senior Producer and Writer
Sundi Lofty is a writer and producer with over 20 years of experience in television and media. As a Senior Producer with Black Robin Media, she is a lead creative who produces, directs and writes television and digital content for clients such as TV One, Smithsonian Channel, YouTube Originals, Maryland Public Television, AspireTV, Color Of Change and The Crossroads Theater Company. She is also part of Black Robin Media’s team in the production of film and media presentations for the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC). She has also played pivotal roles in the creation of promotional campaigns and programming at companies such as Viacom/BET, Refinery29 and FUSE Media.
Jocelyn Sigue – Senior Producer and Writer
Jocelyn Sigue is a former news reporter and anchor whose producer credits include the Emmy award-winning children’s program Teen Kids News and the long-running network program America’s Most Wanted. As a Senior Producer with Black Robin Media, she is a lead creative who produces and writes television and digital content for clients such as TV One, Color Of Change, the National Urban League, the Lupus Foundation of America, the Black Women’s Health Imperative and the DC Public Service Commission. She is part of Black Robin Media’s team in the production of film and media presentations for the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC). She also creates branded video content for clients including Audi, Disney and the Human Rights Campaign, and works as an on-camera host and voice talent for various clients including Discovery and AARP.
Jordan Phillips – Associate Producer
Jordan Phillips is writer, producer and editor in television and digital media. As an Associate Producer for Black Robin Media, he has worked on projects for clients such as TV One, the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC), Color Of Change, the Ron Brown Scholar Program, the DC Prevention Centers, the DC Public Service Commission and The Links, Incorporated. Jordan has also served as on-camera and voiceover talent for projects broadcast on local television and radio and distributed through multiple digital media platforms. A proud Michigan State Journalism major and sports fanatic, Jordan was also a manager on the Spartan’s NCAA champions basketball team under Hall of Fame coach Tom Izzo.