Robin A. Litaker graduated from Winthrop College in 1980 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education. She went on to earn her Master’s of Arts in Teaching Degree in 1982 from Winthrop College as well. She is presently enrolled at the University of Alabama in the PhD program. She is currently a Physical Education Specialist at Trace Crossings Elementary in Hoover, Alabama.
Robin has served in many professional associations and affiliations throughout her career. In 1996 she was a member of the Leadership Council for the Alabama State Teacher Forum (ASTF). She also served as President Elect in 1997-1998, President 1998-1999, and Past-President 1999-2000 for the ASTF. Robin also served in many different capacities for the Alabama State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (ASAGOWES). This would include Past President 1996-1997, President 1995-1996, President-Elect 1994-1995, Director of Public Relations 1996-1999, Director of Publications 1993-1994, Vice President of the Physical Education Division 1992-1993, Vice President-Elect of the Physical Education Division 1991-1992, and Secretary 1990-1991. Robin was the President of Magic City Physical Educators and Coaches from 1993-1994 and Past-President from 1994-1995. She was the Vice President of Elementary Physical Education for the Coaches and Physical Educators of Mobile (CAPE) from 1989-1991.
Robin also holds many professional honors. These would include 1997 Alabama State Teacher of the Year, 1997 Alabama State Elementary Teacher of the Year, 1996 ASAHPERD Honor Award, 1996 Alabama State School Board District IV Elementary Teacher of the Year, 1996 Hoover City Schools Elementary Teacher of the Year, 1995 Trace Crossings Teacher of the Year, 1992 Southern District Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year, 1991 Alabama Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year, 1992 Teacher Merit Award, 1992 Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 1994 Who’s Who in the World, 1991 Who’s Who in American Education, 1989 heart of Gold Award, and the 1984 Teacher of the Year at Maryvale Elementary School.