Robin Nixon - Robin is Co-Founder of G.O.A.L. Advocacy. Robin has served as a two Term Governor to the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. (The GRAMMY’S). Robin started his career in the early 90’s Production Designing movies for legendary Producer Roger Corman. During this period he worked alongside some of Hollywood’s elite, Janusz Kaminski (Steven Spielberg), Wally Pfister (Oscar winning DP’s.) Robin designed music videos and achieved multiple number one placement for bands such as Oasis, Boy’s II Men, and The Fugees. Recognized as a pioneer in the Electronic Music genre, Robin was an early producer of large-scale music festivals (ORACLE’ LA) and worked creative services for Coachella and Stagecoach. Robin also designed and managed the music strategy for Urban Outfitters with record stores in London, New York and Los Angeles. Robin serves on many GRAMMY committees with a leadership role in Electronic Dance Music and long-term advisor to the Producers and Engineers Wing and Music Video short and long form. He is a board member of EDM.ME and a board member of Fine Arts Non Profit ‘Create Fixate’ providing inner city Arts Education for the under privileged. Robin is a founding member of the LA District Homeless Coalition. He received U.S. residence as an Artist of Extraordinary Merit and has been awarded 3 ADDY Awards and 2 International Summit Awards.

In 2006 Robin started outreaching to a homeless girl in his local neighborhood. Jane Doe was a helpless starving girl living at Metro 92 bus stop in district 4 Echo Park. She had been homeless for over four years and with mental health problems, she was unable to feed herself or obtain an ID, required for most homeless shelter intake. Dennis Davis observed Robin helping the girl on a daily basis and volunteered to help. After a 2 year period of rehabilitation and care Jane Doe slowly regained her health and her story unraveled. She was on a simple bus journey from one family member to another. Off medication and disorientated she disembarked at the wrong stop. This simple error lead to her becoming lost and homeless. Now some 4 years later she had become chronically ill and chronically homeless. With daily outreach, care, and the help of agency investigations, Robin and Dennis got a positive ID on a missing presumed dead report filed 4 years prior.  The result was a phone call to a mother…  “We have found your daughter.” She is now living back with her family and a decision was made to start G.O.A.L. Advocacy...