Ayelette Robinson

Ayelette Robinson

Owner & Personal Trainer at Infinity Fitness

Location
Redwood City, California (San Francisco Bay Area)
Industry
Health, Wellness and Fitness

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Ayelette Robinson's Summary

Ayelette is a Meisner-trained actor with experience in television, film, theater, and improvisation. Ayelette is passionate about her craft and has appeared in a variety of independent short and feature length films in the Bay area, as well as in commercials and industrials.

In addition to acting, Ayelette is an NASM-certified personal trainer, and the 2011 National Champion and World Finalist in International Latin ballroom dancing. She is a fitness enthusiast with years of experience teaching Pilates and studying a wide variety of fitness techniques, including bootcamp classes, weight training, kickboxing, rock climbing, and running.

As teacher, trainer, and coach, Ayelette brings passion, compassion, and drive to her work, and strives to inspire each person to be, and live, his or her best.

Ayelette Robinson's Experience

Owner & Personal Trainer

Infinity Fitness

2013Present (1 year)

Personal Training, Bootcamps, Small Group Classes, Motivational Coaching

Acting Teacher

Bay Area Acting Studio

Sole Proprietorship; Myself Only; Performing Arts industry

2013Present (1 year)

Public Company; Myself Only; Motion Pictures and Film industry

2012Present (2 years) San Francisco Bay Area

Television, Film, Theater, Improvisation

Strategic Advisor

Courtroom Insight

Privately Held; 11-50 employees; Legal Services industry

April 2011Present (3 years 6 months) San Francisco Bay Area

Director - Knowledge Technology

Littler Mendelson

Privately Held; 1001-5000 employees; Law Practice industry

February 2010May 2012 (2 years 4 months)

As Director - Knowledge Technology at Littler, I am responsible for the development and implementation of the firm's technology-based knowledge management systems. I leverage my experience practicing law and my understanding of technology inside and outside the legal industry to design efficient knowledge management solutions that enable attorneys and clients to benefit from Littler's collective knowledge and experience.

2011 ILTA Conference Planning Committee Member

International Legal Technology Association (ILTA)

Nonprofit; 11-50 employees; Legal Services industry

October 20112012 (1 year)

San Francisco City Representative

International Legal Technology Association (ILTA)

Nonprofit; 11-50 employees; Legal Services industry

August 2010October 2011 (1 year 3 months)

Manage San Francisco events and publicity for ILTA, ensuring ILTA members in the area have high-quality educational and networking opportunities available to them on a regular basis.

Silicon Valley City Representative

International Legal Technology Association (ILTA)

Nonprofit; 11-50 employees; Legal Services industry

September 2008August 2010 (2 years)

Manage Silicon Valley area events and publicity for ILTA, ensuring ILTA members in the area have high-quality educational and networking opportunities available on a regular basis.

Practice Resources Attorney

Morrison & Foerster LLP

Partnership; 1001-5000 employees; Legal Services industry

September 2005February 2010 (4 years 6 months)

As the Practice Resources Attorney at Morrison & Foerster LLP, I was responsible for the development and implementation of the Firm’s knowledge management and practice resources systems. I worked closely with cross-functional teams, assessing firmwide and practice group knowledge needs, designing efficient knowledge management solutions, and overseeing the analysis and maintenance of firmwide practice resources (including AnswerBase, the firm’s award-winning enterprise search system).

Board Member

Wildlife Rescue, Inc.

July 2006November 2007 (1 year 5 months) Palo Alto, CA

Transactions Associate

O'Melveny & Myers LLP

Partnership; 1001-5000 employees; Law Practice industry

20022005 (3 years)

Focused on securities, venture capital, corporate finance, and merger transactions as well as on corporate life cycle, SEC reporting, and corporate governance projects.

Ayelette Robinson's Projects

  • Augmedix | Advertising & Media

    • January 2013 to Present
    Team Members: Ayelette Robinson, Ethan Bresnick, Ian Shakil, Pelu Tran, Mary Katherine Flanigan, Kate Manbert
  • Project Glass

    • December 2012 to March 2013
    Team Members: Ayelette Robinson, Ethan Bresnick, Google[x], Ian Shakil, Shane Finley

    Collaboration with Google[x] in creating video content about Google Glass.

Ayelette Robinson's Certifications

  • Certified Personal Trainer

    • NASM
    • 2013

Ayelette Robinson's Skills & Expertise

  1. Knowledge Management
  2. Enterprise Search
  3. Intranet
  4. Usability
  5. Document Management
  6. SharePoint
  7. Information Management
  8. Enterprise Content Management
  9. Knowledge Sharing
  10. Corporate Governance
  11. Copyright Law
  12. Patents
  13. Enterprise Software
  14. Taxonomy
  15. Licensing
  16. CRM
  17. Patent Litigation
  18. Personal Training
  19. NASM
  20. Fitness Training
  21. Acting
  22. Teaching Acting

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Ayelette Robinson's Publications

  • Successful Businesses Are Built on Good Decisions

    • The Business of Law / ILTA White Paper
    • March 2010

    Running a successful business all comes down to making the right decisions: choosing the right business model, selecting the right marketing message, hiring the right people, buying the right
    products, prioritizing the right projects and so on. Each of these decisions, from the most mundane to the most complex, has some effect on the future of your organization. Understanding how to make good decisions, and knowing how to influence the right people to make the right decisions, are, therefore, essential business skills. For guidance in making smart business decisions, there are two books in particular that provide valuable insight into the process: “Smart Choices: A Practical Guide to Making Better Life Decisions” and “Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion.” Each of these publications tackles the often gnarly processes of making good decisions and influencing others to make good decisions. The synopses provided here are the jumping off points for reflection on this subject. They support the thesis that not only is the substance of decisions the foundation of good business, but solid decision-making processes are just as crucial to success.

  • Where’s the Peanut Butter? Excellent Client Service Is Simple – Just Remember Your Latest Supermarket Visit

    • Knowledge Management, More Than the Sum of Its Parts / ILTA White Paper
    • March 2009

    The last time you were searching for something at the supermarket, you probably asked a supermarket employee to help you, right? When you asked for the object of your desire, let's say peanut butter, did the supermarket employee respond with, “Over by the cereal aisle,” and then scurry in the opposite direction? Or did he look you straight in the eye, smile, and ask, “Do you want regular or organic?” and then offer to lead the way? Though the difference between transmitting knowledge and providing customer service seems crystal clear when you are the customer, when it comes to legal services — where even transmitting knowledge can be a complex process — deeper levels of client service can often be forgotten or abandoned. It is therefore key to remember that in the competitive legal services world, where information can be found at a variety of places and prices, our clients’ choice to patronize us is often based on our client service and not simply on our knowledge.

  • When Does Great Get in the Way of Good?

    • 3 Geeks and a Law Blog
    • August 26, 2010

    The knowledge manager's perspective.

  • What Happened in Vegas Shouldn't Stay in Vegas

    • 3 Geeks and a Law Blog
    • August 31, 2010

    Summary of the ILTA 2010 Annual Conference.

  • What's the Next Process That Will Get 'Efficiencied'?

    • 3 Geeks and a Law Blog
    • September 16, 2010

    What's the next efficiency frontier for the legal industry? The wild wild west of collaboration.

  • What Would You Tell a Law Student Before They Enter the 'Real World'?

    • 3 Geeks and a Law Blog
    • September 30, 2010

    Learn how to serve a real client: take a clinic.

  • Name Something Transformational That You Learned From Your Boss

    • 3 Geeks and a Law Blog
    • October 21, 2010

    Make the people around you look good.

  • Elephant Post: "I think you need to look up the meaning of ________. I don't think it means what you think it means."

    • 3 Geeks and a Law Blog
    • October 28, 2010

    Usability

  • The Commodity vs. Premium Work Debate: Observations on the Transcendent Role of KM

    • Knowledge Management / ILTA White Paper
    • June 2011
  • Products in Practice: Peer Reviews of New and Emerging Technologies

    • Tech Potpourri / ILTA White Paper
    • December 2011

Ayelette Robinson's Education

Brown University

19911995

Maimonides School

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