CI to Eye | Chairwoman and CEO of the Motown Museum: Robin Terry
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Robin Terry is the Chairwoman and CEO for Motown Museum in Detroit, a cultural gem founded in 1985 by her grandmother, the late Esther Gordy Edwards, who was a senior executive at Motown Records and sister of Motown founder Berry Gordy. Robin has devoted the last two decades to preserving the legacy of Motown's iconic brand. In this episode, Robin shares why celebrating Motown’s history can unite people from different backgrounds during this period of political polarity. She also discusses adapting her leadership during the pandemic, the Motown Museum’s ongoing expansion, and why virtual environment opportunities have forever changed the museum’s programming.
Robin Terry & Raina Baker are part of the team welcoming thousands of people weekly to tour, take pictures, and experience Motown. Hitsville USA is located in the heart of Detroit on W Grand Blvd. This small home was the place where so many stars were launched and today facilitates more. The Motown Mic Series featuring Spoken Word poetry, and the Motown Legacy series highlighting Black entrepreneurship is a taste of it all. In this Detroit is Different interview both Robin & Raina share their ties to Detroit and vision for Detroit.visit www.detroitisdifferent.com to watch the Detroit is Different interview with Robin Terry & Raina Baker of the Motown Museum.