Founder & President,
Hundred Stories

Robin Dolch, CEO of Hundred Stories, is a leading public relations expert and communications/marketing strategist with over 20 years of experience working with luminaries of the real estate, architecture and design worlds. When Robin is not creating local and global press platforms for the world’s most prominent developers and luxury brands, she’s spearheading innovative alliances and unique programming on their behalf, raising the value of her client’s assets.

For architects and designers, she’s a powerful ally, ensuring their projects are met with the top accolades and press possible. She's recognized as the “go to” for ensuring a project receives the top accolades or press possible and that a launch meets the market with the greatest momentum.

Operating on a national and international scale, she has made her mark in major cities such as New York, Miami, Los Angeles, London, Toronto, Milan, Tel Aviv, among others. Robin’s collaboration roster includes the likes of Larry Silverstein, Harry Macklowe and renowned architects such as Annabelle Seldorf, Bjarke Ingels, Robert A. M. Stern, and many others.

Robin is also the producer/creator of “City of Tomorrow,” a renowned Cities summit held for five years in NYC in partnership with the esteemed 92Y. It is recognized as a leading conference in the industry, heralded for facilitating impactful discourse and its ambitious exchange of  ideas. She’s brought to the stage Richard Florida, Dan Doctoroff, Rafael Viñoly and scores of urban innovators.

Before forming Hundred Stories PR, Robin served as a Vice President at Rubenstein Associates, and prior to that was a founding editor of ICON magazine. She is actively involved with non profit organizations such as 92Y, The New York Philharmonic, The Little Orchestra Society, Lifeline International, among others.

She is an alumnus of the University of Virginia, where she graduated with honors with a dual degree in English and psychology.

She calls Manhattan home, and Miami and Aspen homes away from home.