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
Editor's Letter: Making connections 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen on the April 30, 2012, issue of NRN.
Driving forces behind restaurant sales 
Analysts say higher fuel prices don’t always put the brakes on consumption.
Editor's Letter: Waves of change 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen on the April 16, 2012, issue of Nation's Restaurant News.
Skinner: A tough act to follow at McDonald's 
McDonald’s new CEO Thompson expected to build on predecessor's success.
Editor's Letter: Selling service 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen on the April 2, 2012, issue of NRN.
Editor's Letter: Nourishing business 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen on the March 19, 2012, issue of Nation's Restaurant News.
Our week with Marilyn 
North Dakota restaurant critic's Olive Garden Review goes viral
Regulation nation 
Pending OSHA mandate could add to operators’ burden.
Editor's Letter: Driving forward 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen on the March 5, 2012, issue of NRN.
Hungering for more 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen on the Feb. 20, 2012, issue of NRN.
Building confidence 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen's insights on the Feb. 6, 2012, issue of NRN.
The game changers: Customer data 
Mining mountains of consumer info helps chains target guests more effectively.
A better year ahead? 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen's insights on the Jan. 23, 2012, issue of NRN.
A better year ahead? 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen on the Jan. 9, 2012, issue of NRN.
Time to reflect 
Executive editor Robin Lee Allen on the Dec. 19, 2011, issue of NRN.
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