With a background in experiential learning, Nova Scotia native Andreas Robinson is on a mission to Empower Youth, Individuals and Communities to Embrace their Limitless Potential.
"Being raised by a single mother until the age of 8 put me in a situation where I was close with everyone in my family, and was able to build a different level of connection and communication at an early age...Fast forward to high-school, where I had the opportunity to attend Phillips Exeter Academy in the United States, where the education was purely engagement based. Living on campus with your professors and classmates meant you took the conversation from the classroom to the path, or dorm-room. in an active environment like that changed my life. It is from these experience that I believe in the notion that it takes a village to raise a child."
Andreas is a graduate of the exclusive Phillips Exeter Academy, an Elite Preparatory School in the US, a former Boston Globe All Scholastic Athletic Award Winner, a Team Canada Football Gold medal winner, CIS East West National All Star Game Player, who experienced major injury and returned to play at a high level.
Last year Andreas was the recipient of a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholar and was offered a 3 month Entrepreneurship + Innovation Communication and Technology internship in at UTech in Kingston, Jamaica. He was the recipient of the DBDLI Business Entrepreneur Ancestral Roots Award, and the Student Leadership Recognition Award, and the Order of Entrepreneurship Award both from Saint Mary’s University.
Over the past 5 years, Andreas and Infinitus Academy have engaged 3,000+ people through this work and continues to build his personal portfolio with facilitation, consulting, public speaking and coaching. Andreas is looking forward to graduating this Spring with a double major in Entrepreneurship and Marketing, from the Sobey School of Business. and is focused on refining operations to expand his outreach and impact.