After more than 25 years at Home of the Innocents, and an entire career dedicated to serving children, Gordon Brown has retired. The Board of Directors conducted a lengthy and thorough search for his replacement and has selected Paul W. Robinson as the new President & CEO of Home of the Innocents. Mr. Robinson has a background in business, entrepreneurship, and non-profit organizations. Prior to returning to his hometown of Louisville, he spent 21 years as an owner and operator of 19 successful Papa John’s Pizza franchises in Florida, which have since been sold. His return to Louisville coincides with his desire to pursue his passion for community service. Mr. Robinson served as a director of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northwest Florida for 12 years, including a term as board chair, where he cultivated a strong financial base as well as strategic direction for the charity’s expanding mission and facilities. Mr. Robinson also devoted his time to the community by serving various roles for Habitat for Humanity and the Sacred Heart Cathedral School. Mr. Robinson’s business experience and his passion for serving families and children in need make him an excellent choice for maintaining and enhancing the Home’s long tradition of community service.
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