DR. ROXANN ROBINSON is a highly respected optometrist and former small business owner. For 30 years she owned and operated her optometric practice here in Chesterfield County. During that time she grew the practice from two employees to nine.
A firm believer in helping others, Roxann is actively involved in many programs that improve our community’s quality of life. She has served as the Clinical Director of Opening Eyes, a program that provides vision exams to Special Olympic athletes.
As an Optometrist, Dr. Robinson worked with locals schools to ensure that underprivileged children have the proper eyesight in order to see and learn. Roxann serves on the Board of Directors at the Manchester Family YMCA and is a member of her local Rotary club.
Roxann and Michael Lind, her husband, have called Chesterfield home for 34 years.
- Past President: Virginia Optometric Association
- Past President: Virginia Academy of Optometry
- Clinical Director of Opening Eyes, a program that provides vision exams to Special Olympics participants
- Virginia Optometrist of the Year (2000)
- Appointed by Governor Gilmore to the Virginia Board of Optometry
- Has testified in front of the General Assembly regarding Optometric issues
“For 34 years I have been a self-employed optometrist. Chesterfield has been home since 1983. I have seen our community flourish during those years and have enjoyed the exceptional quality of life we experience in Chesterfield County. I understand the challenges facing our community and I will work diligently to preserve our quality of life.
As a small healthcare business owner, I am well aware of how government red tape, regulations, and taxes are obstacles to business creation and expansion. I believe that creating new jobs, re-invigorating our workforce and giving the next generation the tools they need to be economically independent must be the top priority for the General Assembly.
As your Delegate for the past seven years, I support ethics reforms and believe that we need transparency at every level of our government. We’ve made motions in the right direction, but I believe in continuing these reforms to protect your voice and ensure that the people’s work is done.”