Kristine Robb is responsible for processing, digitizing, and providing access to the Foundation’s large archive of family documents, photographs, and special collections.
Prior to working with the Foundation, Kristine spent five years as an Administrative Assistant for a Property Tax Consulting Firm. During four of those years, she also worked as a Receptionist and File Clerk for a Private Driving Education School.
Kristine earned an Associate of Arts in History from San Antonio College in 2012, and a Bachelor of Arts in History, Summa Cum Laude, from Texas State University in 2014. During her undergraduate studies, she participated in a study abroad program in Rennes and Paris, France, studying French Language, Literature, and Cinema.
Currently, Kristine is working toward a Master of Arts in History with a specialization in Public History at Texas State, with an expected completion in 2018. The Public History program focuses on historic preservation, oral history, historic site interpretation, and museum and archives management. Kristine enjoys reading classic literature, travelling abroad, and writing haikus.