|Cornell University, BA|
Robin Wolaner is the founder of TeeBeeDee, a social network for adults. She is a well established editor and publisher of numerous magazines.
Robin started her career at Penthouse magazine as a copywriter, moved to Runnerâ€™s World for its national launch, managed Mother Jones in the Reagan years, and founded Parenting Magazine in 1986, which was bought by Time publishing in 1991.
Robin served as Vice President/Development for Time Publishing Ventures beginning in 1990 and, in that capacity, oversaw the launch of Vibe (a joint venture with Quincy Jones) and helped develop Martha Stewart Living.
She became President and CEO of Sunset Publishing Corporation, a subsidiary of Time Publishing Ventures, in 1992, retaining corporate oversight of The Parenting Group until 1994 and appointing as her successor her partner in starting the magazine. In 1996, Robin left Time Warner to pursue her interest in the Internet, advising companies and investing.
In 1997 Robin joined CNET Networks as a member of the executive committee, reporting to the founders. There she launched the companyâ€™s groundbreaking shopping services, participated in the acquisition of CNETâ€™s largest rival, ZDNet. Robin left CNET in 2003 to write a book.
In 2006, she founded TeeBeeDee, a venture-backed online startup that enables people to share their experience in work, relationships and the other challenges of midlife.