Amber Robles-Gordon has been practicing art for over fifteen years while also working in art education and exhibition coordination. She has a Master of Fine Arts from Howard University and a Bachelor of Science from Trinity University. Robles-Gordon has exhibited nationally and internationally. Her exhibitions and artworks have been reviewed and/or featured in the Washington Post, MSNBC, Hyperallergic, Ebony, the Houston Chronicle, the Miami Herald, the Huffington Post, and other various publications. Robles-Gordon has also been commissioned to create temporary and permanent public art installations for the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH), Northern Virginia Fine Arts Association (NVFAA), Humanities Council of Washington, D.C., Howard University, James C. Porter Colloquium, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, the Washington Projects for the Arts, among others. Throughout her career, she has served as an advocate for the Washington DC area arts community, having formerly served as President and Vice-President of Black Artists DC (BADC) a non profit organization dedicated to the advancement of Afro-Centric art.