Robin Kinnie is the President and CEO of Motor City Woman, an internet-based radio station and podcast production studio. With a focus on women, Motor City Woman offers an array of shows, expert guests, discussions on issues from a woman’s perspective and the resources for growth in all areas of life.
As a guest contributor for Detroit Moms Blog and master collaborator who regularly works with women-centered initiatives, groups and organizations, Robin stays true to her God-given purpose with the motto “Live in the Light” which encourages all of us to seek the positive, concentrate of strength and celebrate the moment.
Robin serves as the Detroit Chapter Head of Soundgirls.org, a national organization focused on increasing the number of women audio engineers. Therefore, Robin not only concentrates on representation of women behind the microphone but, also behind the audio board. Her service for others extends to volunteering as an Advisory Board Member for Y Arts, the arts and humanities branch of the YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit. Robin is a regular contributor to the Podcast Business Journal, read her articles here.
Robin has created a platform that continues to expand, expose and educate within, which trickles into everything and everyone that comes into contact with it.
She holds an undergraduate degree from the Eli Broad College of Business and a Masters’ degree in higher, adult, lifelong education from Michigan State University. She was recently named by Walker’s Legacy as part of the ‘Top 25 Women Leading In the Detroit Community’ among other distinctions. Robin is a wife and mother of three children which she counts as her true lifes’ work.
Mike Kinnie a 20+ – year veteran in audio engineering received the majority of his knowledge on-the-job whether it was working in a recording studio or on live audio shows. Mike started climbing the ranks in the early 90’s by first working with the local 38 IATSE union. That led to working such shows as The Rolling Stones at MSU Stadium, The Eagles at the old Tiger Stadium to the hit stage-play Cats at the Fox Theater. Eventually, he began working directly with recording artists in local recording studios (Sound Suite Studios, The Disc Recording Studio and others) engineering their next hit. He also has worked for several Audio Visual companies (AVHQ, PSI, and Bluewater Technologies) during his career. Mike currently works at MotorCity Casino Hotel where he has worked with every genre of music available in SoundBoard Theater. He received formal training at The Recording Institute of Detroit, a local audio training school. Over his career, Mike has recorded hundreds of songs, worked hundreds of shows and amassed a variety of industry contacts ranging from audio/video technicians, audio engineers and recording studios to music producers, songwriters and musicians.