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Robin Carre Wiki – Robin Carre Biography

Robin Carre, an independent education consultant, are the victims of a double homicide that occurred at the University of Wisconsin Arboretum, He was found dead with his wife Dr. Beth Potter, who was a University of Wisconsin physician, according to the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department.

Robin Carre Age

He was 57 years old.

Robin Carre Career

According to his LinkedIn page, Robin Carre was an “Independent Educational Consultant” for Carre College Coaching in Madison, Wisconsin for more than five years.
“I help high school students and their families navigate the college admissions process. I help them identify good-fit schools, create balanced application lists and provide support and assistance throughout the application process,” he wrote.
On his website, he explained, “Robin Carre has decades of experience as an educator and coach. He was an Adjunct Professor of History at Viterbo University and was the Coaching Director at Regent Soccer Club. He holds a PhD from the University of Illinois at Chicago and an Independent Educational Consulting Certificate from UC-Irvine. He is a member of the Independent Educational Consultant’s Association, the Wisconsin Association for College Admission Counseling and the Illinois Association for College Admission Counseling.”

Robin Carre’s Wife Dr. Beth Potter

Dr. Beth Potter, a University of Wisconsin physician, and her husband, Robin Carre, an independent education consultant, are the victims of a double homicide that occurred at the University of Wisconsin Arboretum, where they were found lying in a ditch, according to the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department.

Dr. Beth Potter and Robin Carre Children

Carre and Potter appear as alumni from Knox College, which listed them in an annual report as “Robin Carre ’85 & Beth E. Potter ’89.” He was listed as Potter’s guest at a Knox College event in 2019.
Carr wrote on LinkedIn that he received a bachelor of arts degree in International Relations from Knox College and a doctorate of Philosophy Ph.D in European history. He had a certificate as an independent educational consultant at UC Irvine, according to his LinkedIn page.
The Arboretum where they were found is described on its website as featuring “distinct ecological communities, horticultural collections, effigy mounds, more than 17 miles of trails, and a Visitor Center. It is a place of active learning, reflection, creativity, land care, research, and recreation—where human, animal, and plant communities coexist.”

Robin Carre Murder

In a news release police confirmed the identities of the two victims, writing, “Today, our partners from the Dane County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the two victims of the March 31 homicide in the UW Arboretum. Robin Carre, age 57, and Beth Potter, age 52 – both of Madison – were found in a ditch by a passerby who was jogging at approximately 6:30 a.m. Tuesday morning. Robin Carre was pronounced dead at the scene. Beth Potter was transported to a local hospital where she later died.”
Police added: “Since our initial response, UWPD officers and investigators have worked around the clock to canvas the neighborhood, follow-up on leads, and talk to individuals who may have information about the homicides.”

Robin Carre Killer Motive

Authorities have not released a motive in the double homicide. However, they did say that they don’t think it was random. Rather, they believe Potter and Carre were “targeted.”

Robin Carre Murder Investigations

“At this point, UWPD investigators believe the incident was targeted and not a random act. We continue to follow leads and we encourage anyone with information to please step forward. Those with information can call Madison Area Crime Stoppers at (608) 266-6014 or submit a tip online,” police wrote.
In a previous news release, the police wrote: “The UW-Madison Police Department is currently on the scene of a homicide investigation at the UW Arboretum. At approximately 6:30 a.m., a passerby who was jogging in the Arboretum came across two individuals — and man and a woman — lying in a ditch. One was pronounced dead at the scene – the other was transported to a hospital and died a short time later.”
The mode of attack was not revealed. The medical examiner’s office reported they died of “homicidal related trauma.” Police have not revealed whether they have a suspect.