Choosing kindness no matter how hard it gets
Creating genuine relationships that deliver real results
Acting with integrity to deliver on our promises
Believing that good enough is not good enough
Intentionally flexible without compromising quality
Willingness to make bold moves to achieve big things
Contagious enthusiasm for the work we do
Robin founded Metre in 2009 after a downsizing and reorganization left her seeking new opportunities. Having rolled up her sleeves to build an award-winning proposal department for the industry’s leading disease management and wellness company, Robin was soon recruited by other healthcare companies to help them do the same.
A prestigious Fellow of the Association of Proposal Management Professionals (APMP), Robin is an industry leader known for her passion to elevate the proposal profession. She teaches and mentors those around her and those coming up behind her and is a favored speaker at industry events. In her 20 years as a member of APMP, she has served as leader of the Healthcare Industry Task Force, member of the International Board of Directors, and chair of her local mid-south chapter. Robin joined the esteemed international Entrepreneurs Organization in 2019 and currently serves on the board of directors for the Nashville chapter.
Want to know what Robin is like to work with—what makes her uniquely powerful? Using Gallup’s Clifton Strengths assessment to identify what makes up a person’s talent DNA, the following are her top five strengths.
In her spare time, she enjoys meeting and making new friends at the craft beer taproom and restaurant she owns with her wife. She takes advantage of all the live music available in Nashville and loves to travel to the mountains of Asheville, NC, the beaches of St. Croix, USVI, and the Finger Lakes Region of New York where she grew up.
Julie earned her certification in proposal management from the Association of Proposal Management Professionals (APMP) in 2008. She has served on APMP’s Healthcare Industry Task Force and with the Pacific Northwest Chapter as Chair and Vice Chair.
Want to know what Julie is like to work with—what makes her uniquely powerful? Using Gallup’s Clifton Strengths assessment to identify what makes up a person’s talent DNA, the following are her top five strengths.
When Julie is not working, she enjoys spending hours making unique items in her pottery studio, listening to audiobooks, and hiking on the beautiful trails of the Pacific Northwest. She passionately supports local animal rescues and loves watching, and solving, true crime documentaries with her husband.
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