Robin Lee Allen

Robin
Lee Allen
Executive Editor,
Nation's Restaurant News

During her tenure with NRN, Robin Lee Allen has held several positions and has written or spearheaded several award-winning stories and projects. She received her bachelor’s degree cum laude from Cornell University and her master’s from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. She also has worked for Gannett and NBC. After hours, she enjoys hanging out with her family and eating out at every opportunity.

Articles
Overcoming obstacles 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen shares insights on the Sept. 3, 2012, issue of NRN.
Global perspectives 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen on the International Top 25 issue of NRN.
Consumer Picks: How do diners really feel about your brand? 
Food quality has never been more important to consumers
Craveability, quantified 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen on the 2012 Consumer Picks issue of NRN.
Health care compliance advice for restaurants 
Experts share tips on implementing PPACA reforms.
American dreams 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen on NRN's 2012 Second 100 issue.
Coming around again 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen shares insights on the July 9, 2012, issue of NRN.
New perspectives 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen shares insights on the June 25, 2012, issue of NRN.
Fraternal spirit at Jack's Family Restaurants 
Regional quick-service magnate LaRussa strives for camaraderie throughout business.
Editor's Letter: Keeping faith 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen discusses the June 11, 2012, issue of NRN
Editor's Letter: Coming together 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen shares insights on the May 28, 2012, issue of NRN.
Editor's Letter: Breaking new ground 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen on the May 14, 2012, issue of NRN.
KSU's Molt wins 2012 IFMA Gold Plate 
Molt was selected from among the nine 2012 Silver Plate winners
Consumer satisfaction behind C-store foodservice growth 
NRA Show attendees learn c-store foodservice plans and why consumers are embracing the segment
First day impressions from the NRA Show floor 
Lots of attendees, educational sessions, hot dogs and bacon samples
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