Robin S. Ringo is the Executive Director of Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association (“PIABA”), a non-profit Association whose members represent investors in disputes with the securities industry. Before joining PIABA, Ms. Ringo worked with Joseph C. Long, an Attorney and Professor of Law at the University of Oklahoma specializing in State and Federal Securities Law. She served as the Admissions Director at the University of Oklahoma, College of Medicine, and began her career at The University of Oklahoma College of Law where she worked as the Program Coordinator in the Continuing Legal Education Department. Currently, she is a public arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
An advocate of public service, Ms. Ringo was appointed to The PIABA Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors in 2012, a non-profit whose mission is to promote investor education by providing the public with information about abuses in the financial services industry and the securities dispute resolution process. In October 2015, Ms. Ringo was honored to be elected to the Investor Protection Institute (IPI) Board of Directors, a non-profit organization that advances investor protection by conducting and supporting unbiased research and educational programming.
An alumnae of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, Ms. Ringo served several terms as President of the ZTA Gamma Upsilon House Association. She is a member of Assistance League of Norman (ALN), where she formerly served terms as Recording Secretary, Bylaws, and Finance Chair. She is a former member of the Norman Chapter of American Cancer Society and Treasurer for the Norman ACS Relay For Life. She is the recipient of the Zeta Tau Alpha Distinguished Service Award and University of Oklahoma Staff Distinguished Service Award.
Ms. Ringo received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Oklahoma, and is a member of the OU Alumni Association. She and her husband, Jim, reside in Norman, Oklahoma. They have two sons, Will and James.