Member of Council
City of Pittsburgh
Divestment of South Africa business interests by the City of Pittsburgh. Enacted into law. Second in the United States.
Residence Sticker Parking Program. First in Pittsburgh.
Group Home Zoning Ordinance. First in the United States.
MBE/WBE Review Committee. First in Pittsburgh.
Animal Control Training Fund. First in Pittsburgh.
Neighborhood Housing and Economic Development Fund. First in Pittsburgh.
Member of the House of Representatives
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
1989 to the present.
Identify Theft Protection. Enacted into law. First in Pennsylvania.
Rent-to-Own Opportunities. First in Pennsylvania.
Organ Donation Trust Fund. First in the United States.
Bachelor of Arts: The Ohio State University, Political Science.
Master of Arts:Duquesne University, Political Science.
Center for Family Excellence
Martin Luther King Cultural Center
Parental Stress Center
Community College of Allegheny County
Memberships:Saint Luke Baptist Church, Chair, Board of Trustees
Golden Star Lodge #143, Free and Accepted Masons - Price Hall
World Jewish Congress
Life Member NAACP
Advisory Board Womenspace East
African-American Chamber of Commerce
The Ohio State University Alumni Assosiation(Life Member)
The Ohio State University Varsity "O" Alumni Assosiation
American Civil Liberties Union
THE WILLIAM R. ROBINSON RECORDING STUDIO
UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH
The William R. Robinson Studio is the latest addition to the Pitt Jazz family. This state-of-the-art, 32-track digital recording facility is both studio and classroom, offering students hands-on experience in the latest recording techniques and technology.
Sgt. William H. Carney Scholarship Fund - Poise Foundation
Honorable William Russell Robinson Scholarship Fund - Poise Foundation
Honorable William Russell Robinson Scholarship Fund - NEED
William Russell Kemp Award - Margaret Milliones Middle School
"Bill's Book" - New Pittsburgh Courier
THE PICTURE BELOW IS A GRANT AWARD FROM HON. WILLIAM RUSSELL ROBINSON TO THE PITTSBURGH URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. THE GRANT TO THE AUTHORITY WAS IN THE AMOUNT OF $458,350.00