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Robin Martin


Born and raised in South Florida, Robin has a deep passion for the community and those who call South Florida home.  While a teenager, his family was impacted through divorce and the loss of their home. This experience of housing insecurity shaped his later passion to work for causes that bring about meaningful change in the community.


Robin Martin

Executive Director

Rebuilding Together Broward County, Inc.

4824 NE 12th Ave.

Oakland Park, FL  33334


954 772 9945 (office)

954 772 9946 (cell)





More about Robin:


After high school, Robin served in the United States Army and served overseas in Operation Joint Guard, a part of NATO's Stabilization Force, in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1997. During that time, Christianity and faith became an important part of his life.


With a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Admin. from Florida Atlantic University and a Master’s Degree in Divinity from Trinity Western Seminary in Vancouver Canada, Robin is uniquely qualified to work in nonprofit ministry.


Robin has over sixteen years of experience in nonprofit leadership in Broward County, including serving as a former Director of Programs for the Broward County Homeless Hotline and the Executive Director of HOPE South Florida. Since 2016, Robin has served as the Executive Director of Rebuilding Together Broward.


Most importantly, Robin is a proud father of three, son Tanis and daughters Madeline and Felicity, and husband to an amazing woman, Melissa.


Awards/Community Involvement


Rebuilding Together Broward County

The vision of Rebuilding Together Broward County is to create a safe and healthy home for every person. Our mission is "Bringing volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of homeowners in need." In partnership with the community, our primary goal is to eliminate unsafe and deplorable living conditions for veterans, low-income families, seniors, and people with disabilities.