Robbin S. Page
Robbin is the Vice President of Human Resources at FedEx Express where she is responsible for Corporate Safety, Global Compensation, and Innovation, Development and Organizational Strategies. She is the sponsor of the FedEx Express Women’s Network and a member of the FedEx Express Vice President Diversity Council.
In 1996 Robbin joined FedEx Express as a Staff Attorney in Employment Litigation. She has served in several management roles prior to taking her current position. Before joining FedEx Express, Robbin practiced law with Baker Donelson in Memphis, Tennessee as a litigation and employment associate. While at Baker Donelson she also worked as an adjunct professor at the University of Memphis School of Law.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in History, Political Science and Economics from Michigan State University. Robbin earned her Juris Doctor (JD), with honors, from the University of Tennessee College of Law where she was a member of the Tennessee Law Review and a member of the National Moot Court team. Robbin is a four- time Five Star Award winner at FedEx Express. The Five Star Award is the most prestigious awards given to employees to recognize outstanding leadership and contributions to support the FedEx Purple Promise.
Robbin serves on the Advisory Board for the International Aviation Women’s Association. She is a Master in the Leo S. Bearman Sr., American Inns of Court, a Memphis Bar Foundation Fellow and a Leadership Memphis graduate.
Robbin is married and they are the parents of two teenagers. Considerable time is spent at soccer fields and basketball courts across the mid-south cheering for her children and their teams.