Dr. Robinson is the owner, operator and President of C&R Development Company, the largest minority construction management company in the East. Dr. Robinson recently owned the C&R National ATM Company, Inc., which was licensed to sell and lease ATM machines in thirty-eight states. He is also the owner of eight shops at Bradley International Airport, including a Brooks Brothers and CNBC, as well as the 55,000-square-foot Air Exchange Building. His other businesses include R&G Services, which operates the shuttle bus service at the airport, and R&G Parking, which operates, among others, one of the largest parking lots in downtown Hartford.
In May of this year, Dr. Robinson received an Honorary Doctorate Degree Humane Letters from Lincoln College of New England. He is a recipient of his numerous charitable contributions including the Urban League of Greater Hartford, the George Washington Carver and Booker T. Washington Awards from Tuskegee University, the Doc Hurley Scholarship Fund, the NAACP, and more.
He and his wife Sheila Durant-Robinson are Philanthropists for the Curtis and Sheila Robinson Foundation. Some of their Connecticut and Nationwide efforts include feeding and serving 10s of thousands of inner city and suburban families for nearly thirty-years.
Dr. Robinson Curtis sits on the boards of Trinity Health, New England, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, the Connecticut Hospital Association (includes 28-hospitals), the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts Overseer, and (Dr. Ben) Carson Scholars.
He is the cofounder and Chairman of the Curtis D. Robinson Center for Health Equity (CDRCHE) formerly the Curtis D. Robinson Men's Health Institute (CDRMHI). The CDRCHE is and innovative partnership between Saint Francis and Hartford area religious and community organizations aimed at improving health in the minority community.