Honor Robson grew up in Southern California and has been a resident of Long Beach for the past 26 years. She is a Licensed Professional Civil Engineer and has been working at a small Structural Engineering Consulting firm since 1994, starting right after the Northridge Earthquake. The majority of her projects have been the repair and retrofit of commercial structures that have been damaged due to earthquakes, fire, wind and severe weather. She is involved in all aspects of the design which includes bringing the buildings up to all the seismic safety standards necessary to prevent loss of life after a major catastrophe. She is a member of the Structural Engineering Association of Southern California (SEAOSC) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
Honor has been involved with many charitable organizations over the years. She has helped raise money by getting involved in various events which brought awareness and funding. She was one of the top fundraisers for the Orange County Walk to end Alzheimer’s in 2011 as well as events which include AIDS Walk LA and the Walk to End Childhood Diabetes with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
She has also been involved in animal rescue at every level for many years which is one of her passions. In the past year she has gotten more involved in homeless outreach to help both the people in need and their pets which include getting spay and neuter services for their dogs.