Golden Grandmothers Committee
Robyn Schlice joined Building Peaceful Families Board in 2018 as the Co-Chair of the Golden Grandmothers Program. She has spent several years working with the committee on the High Promise Dads Fatherhood Conference and is looking forward to channeling her enthusiasm and energy toward developing other aspects of the BPF organization.
She currently serves as the Supervising Probation Officer For the Drug Treatment Services Unit in the Adult Division of the Probation Department. In this assignment Robyn currently focuses on treatment rehabilitation and diversion projects. In addition, she is assigned to a special project that works with young adults (age 18-21) who are currently involved in the justice system and focuses on their diversion and rehabilitation to avoid further involvement in the justice system.
Robyn's previous assignments include running the Probation Department's Training unit, supervising a Probation run school, and Supervising a Special Education Project in collaboration with County Counsel and the Department of Family and Children services.
Robyn has volunteer experience as a member of the Italian Catholic Federation Board, the San Jose Unified School District Foundation, and the San Jose State MPA Alumni Association. She holds a Master’s degree in Political Science with a concentration in Public Administration from San Jose State University.