Board Member Spotlight – Charles Robinson

Charles Robinson III

The Center has been blessed with families who believe in our work in the community so much that they have supported us from our earliest days. One example: the Robinsons. Mr. Charles W. Robinson III, a Chartered Financial Analyst and founder of Robinson Value Management, Ltd., has been involved with The Center since the early 1990’s. But before him, his parents worked with Rev. Don Anderson in the early 1970’s establishing important connections for The Center in the medical community as we were still developing.

Over the past decades, Mr. Robinson has made sure The Center is on solid financial footing and served on finance and investment committees. He currently serves as the Treasurer, and is also involved with the Ethics in Business Luncheon in collaboration with the North San Antonio Chamber’s Leadership Lab Program.

As a fiduciary for his clients’ investments, Mr. Robinson personally relates to the importance of ethics in business practices, which is why The Center’s ethics in business efforts are so meaningful for him.

“In a world seemingly filled with messages of short-sighted self-interest, the ethics in business program offers an effective way to stimulate vital conversation while educating business leaders on how to build strong, ethically-based organizations and relationships that will last a lifetime.”

Another reason Mr. Robinson supports The Center is our unique emphasis on healing the whole person: mind, body, and spirit. Our full range of counseling services and innovative therapy techniques also make The Center an easy choice for Mr. Robinson to give his time to.

“After over 50 years of working with all aspects of our humanity, and doing so with individuals and professionals who lead in a myriad of different specialties, The Center accomplishes its mission through counseling, education and establishing connections among people involved in the healing process.”

The importance of Mr. Robinson’s volunteer work with The Center cannot be overestimated. We would not be able to serve the community or expand our outreach without sound management of our finances and budgets. We warmly thank Mr. Robinson for his nearly 30 years of support and involvement, ensuring the ongoing success of The Center and our initiatives touching the lives of so many in South Texas. We hope you will thank him in person at one of our future events!