A 2009 recipient of the Atlanta Dream Women of Inspiration award, LaChina Robinson has recently jumpstarted a career in broadcasting and is in her third year serving as color analyst for the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream. After stints as analyst on radio for both Georgia Tech Women’s Basketball and the Dream in its inaugural season, Robinson’s television broadcasting career has skyrocketed and she can be seen working for networks like ESPN, Fox, NBA TV (Turner) and CSS. During the NCAA women’s basketball season, Robinson can be seen on the ESPN family of networks as well as FOX Sports South and CSS. She was chosen by ESPN to serve as an analyst for the 2010 NCAA Women’s Tournament during her first full year on the television circuit. During the WNBA season, LaChina serves as a WNBA guest analyst in the studio on NBA Gametime and WNBA Playoff coverage in addition to her post alongside Bob Rathbun as the color analyst for Atlanta Dream for all home contests on FOX Sports South and SportSouth. As a reporter, Robinson has interviewed the likes of some of the most influential figures in women’s basketball including Pat Summitt, Robin Roberts, Teresa Edwards, and Lisa Leslie.

Prior to getting into television media, Robinson served in several capacities at Georgia Tech for Women’s Basketball under Head Coach MaChelle Joseph. Her experiences include stints as Special Assistant to the Head Coach, Director of Operations, and Administrative Assistant for recruiting. Robinson served at Tech from the beginning of the MaChelle Joseph’s era and at the time of her departure, the program saw four consecutive NCAA appearances and four consecutive 20-win seasons. During Robinson’s involvement in recruiting, Georgia Tech never signed a class ranked lower than No. 30 in the nation, which included a USA Today top 5 class as the administrative assistant for recruiting. Robinson’s reach at Georgia Tech expanded beyond athletics including a nomination for the 2008 Staff Woman of Distinction award which featured nominees from across various departments on campus. Robinson earned her bachelor's degree in sociology in 2002 from Wake Forest University, where she was a four-year starter for the Demon Deacon basketball team. A member of the 1999 ACC All-Freshman team, Robinson finished her career third all-time in blocked shots and 15th in rebounds while being named to the ACC Honor Roll on three occasions, including 2002, when she was named Academic All-ACC and garnered the Wake Forest Academic Excellence award her senior year.

A native of Alexandria, Va., Robinson has been presiding over the WBCA's (Women's Basketball Coaches Association) "So You Want to be a Coach" seminar sponsored by Nike since 2005, and served as the MC for the Russell Athletic Coach of the Year banquet at the 2010 Women’s Final Four in San Antonio. LaChina has also been selected to facilitate several NCAA Regional Leadership Conferences as well as the NCAA's National Student-Athlete Development Conference in 2009. Robinson was one of 25 chosen to participate in the 2006-07 NCAA Leadership Institute for Ethnic Minority Females, which she graduated from in 2007.

In her spare time, Robinson enjoys serving in the community and can been seen at events such as the 2 Day Walk for Breast Cancer, and serving in various capacities for Go Girl Go including their Grant Allocations Committee. Robinson has also recently launched her own consulting company called “Stretch Beyond” where she implements student-athlete development and teambuilding strategies for collegiate sports team and serves as a motivational speaker.