Robin F. Baker

Robin F. Baker

Robin F. Baker (MBA ‘24) is deeply committed to advancing health equity and improving the health and well-being of vulnerable communities. Before pursuing her MBA at Ross, Baker practiced as a licensed occupational therapist specializing in stroke rehabilitation. Baker is also the co-founder of GoTHERAPY, a nonprofit organization that has made significant strides in improving access to community-based physical rehabilitation services in West Africa.

Baker completed a WDI-sponsored MAP project with EMRI Green Health Services in India, evaluating the effectiveness of a real-time monitoring tool used for emergency response services. Baker plans to work with a WDI partner, the International Center for Rehabilitation, in Ghana, which was established by Dr. Abena Tannor. Baker will assist in the development of a hand and wrist rehabilitation device developed by Tannor, WDI and University of Michigan engineering students.

Baker holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and earned a Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy from Howard University. After graduating from U-M, Baker plans to join a leadership development program specializing in healthcare operations.

Back to Top