Tina Robinette is the Managing Editor of Social Marketing Quarterly (SMQ) and a communications specialist on FHI 360’s Social Marketing and Communication team. She is passionate about effecting meaningful and lasting change in people’s lives, particularly those affected by harmful social norms and gender discrimination. Her background also consists of nonprofit communication and development and corporate communication, including strategy, brand development, public relations, graphic design, web management, and community engagement. Tina holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from UCLA and a master’s degree in communication from Johns Hopkins University, where she focused on social marketing, behavior change theory, and health communication. Outside of work and SMANA, she loves international travel, camping, and crafting.