In July of 2019, Robin Towle was crowned Mrs International, a title she was thrilled to receive. Her platform for suicide prevention was an important aspect of her reign, and she took the opportunity to share it internationally. Robin is the founder of Wolf Pact, a non-profit organization that teaches emotional life skills to teens. Her passion for suicide prevention led her to start this organization, and she hopes to help teens live happier and healthier lives. Robin has also written and produced a short film, "Room Enough," for her platform, and is the founder of Hope on the Hill, a suicide prevention event for veterans. As an ambassador for NAMI Utah, Safe UT, and a member of the State Suicide Coalition, Robin is dedicated to advocating for suicide prevention.
In addition to her work in suicide prevention, Robin Towle is also a talented artist and writer. She is a dancer, actor, director, and writer, with credits on IMBD that include her leading role as Dora in Lost at Desert. Her short film "Room Enough" can be viewed on her website at RobinTowle.com.
Robin Towle's greatest accomplishment is being a mother to her six children. She has homeschooled them for sixteen years, and together they toured all 48 continental United States in an RV. This year, Robin and her husband celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary.