In case you haven’t heard, the 2020 general election is just around the corner. That’s where Trish Robertson comes in. She is the public relations officer for the Collier County Supervisor of Elections, where Robertson makes sure that the public is informed about all voting contests, from registration to casting a ballot.
“[Robertson] … is a superstar in the Collier County Supervisor of Elections Office,” says her nominator. “[She] is a consummate professional and excels at everything she is tasked with.”
For example, in 2013, Robertson helped launch Vote in Honor of a Veteran that identifies local veterans to honor and thank them for their service, reminding voters that service members continue to make sacrifices so we can enjoy such liberties as voting.
Two years later, Robertson helped introduce the elections office’s annual Art for Democracy contest that involves obtaining, showcasing and judging artwork that expresses what democracy means to our student artists.
Robertson is married to Jeremy Robertson, local musician and co-owner of Hot House Music and Productions. They have two rescue pups, Oscar and Melody, and welcomed their first human baby, Hunter Delos Robertson, in October 2018.