Darrell M. Robinson was born in Jackson, Mississippi, and graduated, with honors, from Jackson State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communication. Upon completion of his matriculation at Jackson State, Darrell began a career in public service with the State of Mississippi.
During his tenure in state government, Darrell worked with state agencies on a variety of projects spanning human resources management, procurement, policy analysis and development, and public affairs.
In August 2018, Darrell left his public service career to build Darrell Robinson Media full-time. That decision led him to Detroit, Michigan where he spent a year partnering with organizations to provide digital strategy and strategic messaging services.
Darrell relocated to Jackson, Mississippi in August 2019 to continue building his firm. Since then, he has been appointed Digital Director of the Mississippi Legislative Black Caucus and continues to provide digital direction for the Mississippi Senate Democratic Caucus, the Mississippi Senate Minority Leader, and several members of the Mississippi House of Representatives.
Darrell is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Media and Strategic Communication at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Within the fraternity, he serves as Director of Communication for the fraternity’s Southern Region and the Mississippi District.
He serves as a mentor within Wayne State University’s Mike Ilitch School of Business MPREP Scholars program, which is designed to support, develop, and retain multicultural, undergraduate students majoring in accounting and/or finance. He has previously served as a member of the Hinds County (MS) Democratic Executive Committee, Hinds County Young Democrats, and is a member of the Jackson-Hinds Chapter of the Jackson State University National Alumni Association.