THIRD ANNUAL BLACK DRESSES AND BLUEPRINTS:
Robyn Raphael Dynan is the President of South Florida’s leading general contractor firm, RCC Associates, which specializes in building restaurants, hospitality, entertainment venues and high-end retail. They were recently named South Florida’s second largest female-owned business and just celebrated 50 years in business. The company boasts over $100M in revenue and Robyn leads its growth alongside her mother, CEO & Chairwoman, Beverly Raphael Altman.
Robyn’s management skills have led her to become a well-respected executive in the traditionally male-dominated construction industry. South Florida Business & Wealth Magazine recognized Robyn two years in a row (2018 & 2019) with their “Up & Comer” award, and in 2019, she was chosen by the South Florida Business Journal as one of their “40 under 40” award recipients. Robyn’s involvement in the company has been recognized as she propelled the company to the South Florida Business Journal’s #1 Woman Owned Business ranked by revenue in 2013 and again for five consecutive years beginning in 2015.
Robyn is an active board member for many local philanthropies. She is a member of the Board for Habitat for Humanity and co-chair with Beverly Raphael-Altman for its 2019 and 2021 Women Build. Robyn is also an active member of NAIOP, the renowned commercial real estate trade organization for which she sits on an exclusive roundtable with executive women within the commercial real estate field in South Florida, as well as the ICSC [International Council of Shopping Centers]. Robyn also sits on the Board of Directors for Junior Achievement of South Florida. Robyn and RCC actively support many organizations including Go Pink, Alzheimer’s, Children’s Museum of Boca Raton, and the Brain Tumor Foundation, to name just a few.
Robyn graduated Leadership Broward’s 2015 class, having worked with a non-profit group called Fire Wall Centers, an after-school program for kids in middle school and high school. This mentoring program was designed to keep teenagers in a safe environment, while tutoring them to qualify for scholarships for college. At the end of the year, they organized a full day of service for the kids to give back, called the “Serve-A-Thon,” which she led at the Broward Children’s Center, cleaning the entire property, and planting a butterfly garden for disabled children to enjoy.
Robyn graduated from Florida State University in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in Business.
Robyn’s proudest accomplishments to date are her husband, Jason Dynan and their two children Riley (14) and Brody (11).
Rebuilding Together Broward’s Black Dresses and Blueprints: Celebrating Women in Construction event is a cocktail celebration of hors d’oeuvres, great drinks and outstanding women leaders in construction.
This signature event is an ideal networking opportunity with a substantial, sophisticated audience of individuals who are committed to improving our local community!
During this event, we celebrate and recognize outstanding women who are leaders within and have made an impact in the construction industry and their community.
Impacting Your Community
Rebuilding Together Broward County is a local affiliate of the nation’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring a safe and healthy home for every person while improving the existing low-income housing stock. Our mission is repairing homes, revitalizing communities, rebuilding lives.
A home that is safe and healthy is at the core of every thriving family. However, housing continues to be one of Broward County’s greatest community challenges.
In partnership with the community, Rebuilding Together Broward’s primary goal is to eliminate unsafe and deplorable living conditions for low-income homeowners, focusing on those who are elderly, veterans, and/or have disabilities.
Assistance is targeted at homeowners who have been unable to keep up with preventative maintenance due to their age, physical ability, and financial resources, with an impact that extends to revitalize and stabilize vulnerable neighborhoods and communities across the county.