Nicole de Botton Robinson is the Vice President of National Realty Corporation (NRC), a family owned and operated residential and commercial real estate development company based in Delaware County, founded in 1960. As Vice President of NRC, Nicole is responsible for managing all aspects of business operations. Her primary focus is on human resources, insurance, leasing, marketing, and public relations. Additionally, Nicole is leading a residential single family dwelling development in Newtown Square. Nicole is the “go to” person that ensures NRC operates efficiently, maintains its excellent employee relations, and cultivates lasting relationships within the communities where NRC does business.

Nicole is also the Director of Development for The Delaware County Veterans Memorial Association In Newtown Square (DCVMA). The Memorial is located on West Chester Pike in Newtown Square and serves to honor and remember all Veterans as well as to educate children about our country through its extensive education program. In 2013, the Memorial was dedicated with the help of veterans, first responders, dignitaries, residents, and neighbors of Delaware County. Since then, Nicole continues to spearhead DCVMA’s mission to provide a place to honor our Veterans past, present and future and an interactive setting to learn about our nation’s history.

Nicole has enjoyed her work with other philanthropic organizations such as Living Beyond Breast Cancer, Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania (CHOP) and “Camp Erin” a bereavement camp for kids started by Phillies baseball great, Jamie Moyer. Whether it is in business, for charity, or in her personal life, Nicole is passionate about inspiring others to excel.