Public Service – Art Career – Community Service: Peace4Tarpon

Robin SaengerRobin’s Public Service

  • Tarpon Springs City Commission 2005-2011
  • Tarpon Springs Vice Mayor 2008-2011
  • Homeless Leadership Board
  • Pinellas Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council
  • Leepa Rattner Museum of Art, Board of Directors
  • Tarpon Springs Housing Authority, Board of Directors
  • Tarpon Springs Area Historical Society
  • Leepa Rattner Museum, Chair of Education and Outreach Committee
  • Mentor Tarpon Springs Elementary and Tarpon Springs Middle Schools
  • Union Academy Neighborhood Family Center volunteer (MLK Banquet planning team and art classes for youth)
  • Tarpon Springs Public Art Committee

Robin’s Art Career

Saenger Milo Inc. and Smiloart – many private commissions and these are a few of my art installations in the public arena:

  • Weedon Island, St. Petersburg Florida, Public Art-stained glass
  • Mark Lutheran Church, Palm Harbor, Florida, Sanctuary Window-stained glass
  • Heilman’s Beachcomber Clearwater Beach, Metal and glass door pulls, entrance chandelier, entrance sign, stained glass
  • Heritage United Methodist Church, Clearwater Florida 27 stained glass panels
  • Brooker Creek Preserve, Tarpon Springs, Florida, gift shop metal rolling door
  • Chiba, Japan, City Hall entry transom, stained glass
  • Chica-Boom Room, Dunedin, Florida, Door, transom

Robin’s Community Service – Peace4Tarpon

Peace4Tarpon – a few of my presentations and speaking engagements.

  • Prevention Institute Peer Learning Session panelist/presenter
  • Valencia College ACEs Conference panelist/presenter
  • PBS Wisconsin panelist/presenter
  • National League of Cities Virtual City Summit presenter
  • University of Florida School of Public Health lecturer/presenter
  • University of North Carolina Asheville ACEs Conference Keynote speaker
  • Dane County University of Wisconsin Trauma Summits Keynote speaker
  • State of Florida Trauma Informed Workgroup member
  • MARC Grant (partnered with TSHA) Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Health Federation of Philadelphia, Invitation only grant, recipient $350,000
  • SAMHSA Washington D.C. Community Learning Sessions presenter
  • Institute for the Future, Los Angeles, California speaker
  • Athens, Ga. Trauma Conference speaker
  • Richmond, Va. New Found Families Conference speaker
  • St. Leo’s College School of Social Work Conference speaker
  • Washington D.C. International Conference for Resilience Building due to Climate Change presenter
  • Pinellas County HHS staff, Trauma Informed Community presenter
  • Tarpon Springs Rotary – Peace4Tarpon speaker
  • National League of Cities – Youth Education and Families presenter