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March 7, 2022

Leaders on the Move

Leaders on the Move

Join us this week on the Den as we spotlight Yolanda Robinson, Founder/CEO of Women In Vision, Inc. She has invested over 23 years in providing volunteer/training services to women and girls. This includes previous women of incarceration, domestic violence, and the professional corporate sector. Purposed to inspire, motivate and empower as a life sentence. Mrs. Robinson became the {First} African American to present and teach life skills in The Clayton Correctional facility to women offenders. Her favorite objective is to train committed women to become strong leaders in their communities.

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Yolanda Hemphill Robinson

CEO/Founder

Is the Founder/President/CEO of Women In Vision, Inc. with 23 years of providing volunteer/training services to women and girls. This includes previous women of incarceration, domestic violence and the professional corporate sector. Purposed to inspire, motivate and empower as life sentence. Mrs. Robinson became the {First} African American to present and teach life skills in The Clayton Correctional facility to women offenders. Her favorite objective is to train committed women to become strong leaders in their communities.

Her professional skills consist of being a Motivational Speaker, Life Coach, Biblical Counselor, and Business Owner. She has also implemented forums in the public schools for troubled teen girls as a preventative measure to judicial recidivism. She ministers with spiritual authority and uses real life experiences to reach her audiences.