Position title: MS
Annie Robinson, MS, completed a Master of Science in Narrative Medicine at Columbia University. She obtained her undergraduate degree from The Gallatin School of Individualized Study at NYU in 2009, where she designed a major entitled “Stories of Self: Realization, Empowerment, and Wellbeing.”
Trained in 2008 as a birth doula, she now provides compassionate care for women across the spectrum of pregnancy, including experiences of abortion, miscarriage, perinatal loss, and adoption. Robinson also curates Inside Stories, an oral narrative podcast that invites medical students to share their experiences in medical school. She is the Assistant Director of the Center for Narrative Practice, which “provides deep critical training in how stories work and the ability to apply this knowledge to everyday life by using narrative practice, the creative arts, and the study of story as a bridge towards deeper connections in interdisciplinary and inter-professional education.” Robinson is also the Program Officer at Health Story Collaborative, a non-profit that creates forums for individuals to tell their stories of personal
health challenges, and is a founding member of International Integrators, a global integrative health community. She is a certified Kripalu yoga teacher, and works remotely as an Executive Assistant for the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health.