Robin Calleja


Robin is an emerging strategic communications professional with experience in social media management, digital communication and ethnography, and graphic design.

As an academic by training and passion, Robin uses her expertise in interdisciplinary research and problem solving to help craft persuasive messaging and communication strategies for a breadth of clients, including advocacy, trade, and philanthropic organizations.

Robin joined Seven Letter upon earning her Master of Arts in Communication, Culture, and Technology from Georgetown University, where she conducted and published research on new and traditional media, popular culture, and political discourse.  

While attending Georgetown, Robin served as a graduate teaching assistant for the CCT program’s two core courses. She also worked as a market research analyst and a content creator for the Georgetown University Biomedical Graduate Education. Prior to pursuing graduate studies, Robin taught as an afterschool program teacher and a summer school kindergarten teacher for the YMCA. She volunteered as a digital communication specialist for Filipino Americans for Biden-Harris during the 2020 election cycle, where she expanded the organization’s social media reach and engagement through creative and interactive digital content. 

Robin is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area and currently lives in Washington, DC. Apart from her master’s degree, she holds a Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies with a minor in Public Policy from the University of California, Berkeley. She travels back to San Francisco often – partly to see friends and family, mostly to see the two cutest cats to walk this earth: Binx and Ginger. 

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