Clinton O. Robinson


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  • B.S. Civil Engineering KU, 1985
  • M.S. Civil Engineering KU, 1991
  • Associate Vice President, Director of State & Local Government Affairs Black & Veatch Corporation
  • Elected to CEAE Academy in 2022

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After 25 years of civil engineering design and construction, Clint Robinson initiated a role of State and Local Government Affairs at Black & Veatch. In this capacity he educates elected officials on issues of critical human infrastructure in support of our industry. Clint Robinson is a fourth generation Jayhawk whose great grandfather, David H Robinson, was one of the first three professors teaching Greek and Latin at KU in 1865. Clint developed a love for language too and his love for the Spanish language created an opportunity for him  early in his career to perform water and wastewater engineering services in Latin America. He is a strong supporter of public STEM education as a creator of the CAPS Network;  innovator and speaker with the Edison Awards Steering Committee; and advocate for the engineering profession as a Founder of the Engineering Change Lab of the US.  Mr. Robinson is a Fellow with the American Council of Engineering Companies and has received several honors for his years of leadership there.