Clergy and Staff
Rev. Robin Razzino
The Rev. Robin Razzino came to the Church of St. Clement in November 2016 after serving for eight years at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Bethesda, Maryland; a short time at St. Thomas, McLean; and a previous career working in the fields of international human rights, development, and peacebuilding. She spent one year living in South Africa, and her work took her to over twenty other countries throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa. She is firmly committed to community building and reconciliation within the church and beyond.
Robin graduated from James Madison University with a degree in Journalism, and George Mason University with a Master’s degree in Conflict Analysis and Resolution. She received her Master of Divinity from Virginia Theological Seminary in 2008. She is married to Dr. Brian Razzino, a child psychologist, and together they have two young children: Zoe and Anna, who have attended the St. Clement preschool.
Robin is passionate about helping people to discover, strengthen, understand and be awed by their relationship with a fiercely loving God - and to live into the promise of abundant life for which Jesus Christ came into our world.
Bria Fournier is a graduate of Norwich University with degrees in Biology, Chemistry and English. She also served for four years as an Army Environmental Health Officer. She's worked in various administrative roles, including as the head of the Environmental Health Clinic at Fort Riley's Department of Public Health. While in that role, she helped the Fort Riley Department of Public Health to become the first Army Public Health Department to achieve its Public Health Accreditation. This experience made her dedicated to her community. It also taught her how to keep a community both healthy and closely-knit.
She recently moved to the Alexandria area with her family. Her husband is currently serving in the Army as an Infantry officer and she has two sons. She is passionate about her family and her faith, and looks forward to working with the welcoming and kind St. Clement community.
Anne Tyler serves as the Music Director of the Saint Clement Choir! When she isn’t at St. Clement, Anne is the director of the Prep Program for Children’s Chorus of Washington (since 2005), and an accompanist for Advanced Bel Canto.
From 1997 to 2022, Anne was a music educator at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School in Washington, DC. In addition to her role as Department Chair and work with the Middle School General Music Classroom, she conducted the Middle School Chorus, directed the Middle School theatre productions and various hand-bell ensembles. Anne also was the director of the 9 O’Clock Choirs at Christ Episcopal Church in Alexandria, Virginia for 11 years, from 1992 to 2003.
She has served as a professional accompanist for Maryland All-State, ACDA Eastern and National divisions, and Fairfax (VA) Choral Society’s youth choruses. She was a recipient of the Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund (JFMF) Teacher Program and traveled to various prefectures to study the Japanese education system. Anne was the 2010-2011 O’Neil/Carew Fellow at St. Patrick’s School, co-presenting a workshop on “Taizé Worship in the Middle and Secondary Schools” at the National Association of Episcopal Schools. In 2015, she was awarded the Love of Teaching certificate from her school. Anne holds a Masters of Music in piano performance from The Catholic University. Saint Clement is thrilled that Anne is present at Saint Clement, sharing her multiple talents with parishioners and staff!
Have you passed the Parish Office and been greeted with an enthusiastic bark? Have you noticed four paws and a fluffy, snow-colored coat? Office Sentinel, Minji Razzino, assists Rev. Robin with important tasks during office hours. Minji faithfully stands watch and always is ready to greet visitors with her enthusiastic bow-wow and friendly demeanor. By all means, drop by the Parish Office for anything pastoral or administrative AND be sure to enjoy some canine companionship!