Robin W. DeLaVergne
Senior Vice President External Affairs
Tampa General Hospital
Robin DeLaVergne is Senior Vice President External Affairs at Tampa General Hospital. She previously served as Executive Director of the Tampa General Hospital Foundation and Senior Vice President Development Tampa General Hospital
Ms. DeLaVergne serves on the Tampa Downtown Partnership Board of Directors, the Tampa Bay Chamber Board of Directors, and the Executive Committee and Board of Directors and Chair Marketing and Communications for the Tampa Bay Economic Development Council. She serves on the Leadership Council and the Racial Equity Task Force for the Tampa Bay Partnership. Gov. Rick Scott appointed DeLaVergne as a Board Member for the Children’s Board of Hillsborough County, where she also serves as Vice Chair and a member of the Executive Committee. She is a member of Leadership Florida’s Cornerstone Class 38 and Chair of the West Central Council. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Florida Chamber Foundation and the Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative. DeLaVergne serves on the Project Opioid Tampa Bay Leadership Coalition and the Mayor’s Workforce Council.
She is a member of Athena Society, USF Women in Leadership and Philanthropy, Florida Nonprofit Alliance, USF Town & Gown, and Leadership Tampa Alumni. She has served as an Honorary Commander for the 6th Air Mobility Group at MacDill Air Force Base. DeLaVergne is a past Chair of the Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce, past President of the Junior League of Tampa, past Chair of the Tampa Bay Partnership’s CEO Direct Program, and a past member of the Board of Directors for Metropolitan Ministries and the United Way.
She received the 2012 Women of Distinction Award from the Girl Scouts of West Central Florida, the 2017 Dottie Berger MacKinnon Woman of Influence Award from the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, the 2017 Sustainer of the Year from the Junior League of Tampa and Leadership Tampa Alumni’s 2017 Parke Wright III Award.
She is a graduate of the University of South Florida where she received a Master of Science degree in audiology.