Robbin Durie, PhD



4201 Henry Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19144

Robbin Durie, PhD

Degrees Earned

BS, Finance, Wilkes University
BS, French, Wilkes University
MBA, Management, Philadelphia University
PhD, Applied Management and Decision Sciences, Walden University


Certificate, Purchasing Management, Pennsylvania State University
Certificate, Senior Executive Fellows Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

Robbin is Director of the Medical Electronic Catalog Program at the US Department of Defense Supply Agency. She is responsible for development and oversight of process integration strategies, system interfaces, and contract agreements for public sector commercialization of Medical Capital Equipment maintenance, logistics and support.

Previous military-based professional work has included Total Quality Management Analyst for which she won the Woman of the Year award; and Business Process Re-Engineering Specialist for which she won Defense Logistics Agency Bronze Medal for Excellence in the Public Sector. Robbin has also won the Department of Defense Hammer Award, and the Senior Executive Fellowship for advanced study at Harvard University.

Since 1993 at Philadelphia University, Robbin has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in business policy and strategy, leadership theory, macroeconomics, finance, and project team management. In 2010/2011 she earned the Professor of the Year award.

Robbin earned her BS in Finance and BS in French, with brief study at the Sorbonne, from Wilkes University; a Certificate in Purchasing Management from the Pennsylvania State University; an MBA in Management from Philadelphia University; a PhD in Applied Management and Decision Sciences from Walden University; and a Certificate from the Senior Executive Fellows Program at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.