SummaryRobin Hibl creates the graphics for so many communication and social media projects at Seton Home Study School that you may have seen her work hundreds of times.
We’re all familiar with the term “Jack of all trades,” but here at Seton we have a “Jill of all trades:” Robin Hibl.
Though her official title is Communications and Marketing Coordinator, Robin wears many hats at work. Among other tasks, she does layout work for the Seton Magazine, manages the online magazine and Student Achievement web page, works with the College Partner program, and prepares social media ads.
Recently she put up the online video with “The First Day of School” photos and is now working on Lenten campaigns and a new book, A Lenten Guide for Homeschool Moms that she enjoyed designing for Seton Educational Media.
Seton Through and Through
Robin spent most of her youth on a small farm in Amissville, Virginia, where she sometimes homeschooled and at other times attended the Seton School in Manassas. The fourth of 11 brothers and sisters, she was active in a local 4-H group and learned much about animal husbandry while helping her family raise goats, rabbits, chickens, and pigs.
Outside of her work for Seton, Robin enjoys quilting, and singing in the church choir and also in a community group. She helps out at her church with the altar cloths and has given quilting lessons to the sisters in the Community of Saint John in Princeville, Illinois, where her sister is a nun. Because so many of her siblings and their spouses live nearby, Robin is also engaged in the lives of some of her 50 nieces and nephews, many of whom homeschool with Seton.
When asked what brought her the greatest satisfaction working for Seton, Robin replied, “I was homeschooled through Seton, and I enjoy helping promote homeschooling and helping families connect with social media projects. At Seton, I work with a great team.” She paused, and then added, “Working on the magazine, I have connected with a number of families and have become good friends with some of them.”
With her more than two decades of experience, her enthusiasm, and her willingness to tackle new projects, our “Jill of all trades” Robin Hibl brings a treasure trove of talents to both the staff and the students here at Seton Home Study School.