Robin R. Wenneker was appointed to the University of Missouri Board of Curators in 2020 by Gov. Michael L. Parson.
Wenneker is the Managing Partner of CPW Partnership, a family business that owns farm, rental and raw land holdings. She has worked with her family for over 20 years handling investments, legal, government and accounting interfaces. Prior to working in her family business, Robin worked for Procter & Gamble, the 1996 Atlanta Paralympic Games and Marketing Mix.
Wenneker’s serves on the boards for the Columbia Housing Authority, City of Columbia Water & Light, Children’s Grove and the Columbia Community Housing Trust. She also serves on the Assistance League of Mid Missouri's philanthropy committee and Commerce Bank’s Central Missouri Advisory Board. Wenneker is an alumna of both the Greater Missouri Leadership Challenge and the Agricultural Leadership of Tomorrow programs. She enjoys membership in both P.E.O. and King’s Daughters and is a past member of the Junior League in Atlanta and St. Louis. She also enjoys membership in the Missouri Farm Bureau, the Missouri Pork Producers, the Missouri Cattlemen’s Association, the Missouri Soybean Association and the Missouri Corn Growers Association.
Previously, she served on the state board of directors for Georgia's and Missouri's Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) programs and the organizing committee for the inaugural St. Louis Komen Race for the Cure. Robin was elected to the Washington University Executive MBA Alumni Council and selected for their executive committee.
Robin graduated with a BS BA from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1991 and an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis in 2002.