FaithLands National Coordinator
Robin Emmons is an award-winning social entrepreneur and visionary who founded the nationally recognized non-profit organization, Sow Much Good, Inc., which helped spark the now thriving urban farming movement. She has been recognized by Athena International, CNN Heroes, 50 Most Influential Women, 25 Women in Wellness to Watch, and covered by multiple national and local media outlets. A highly sought-after keynote speaker, she has successfully delivered numerous talks to industry leaders such as Whole Foods, corporations such as Wells Fargo, and Ivy League schools such as Cornell University.
Robin spent the last decade focusing on empowering marginalized communities to leverage their political and social power to improve their neighborhoods and their lives through the non-profit she founded, while simultaneously delivering her message of the power of leading through service, to a broad range of stakeholders. As an accredited and certified Transformation Life Coach, Robin works with individuals and businesses to assist them in gaining greater clarity, focus and purpose in their lives and businesses. Robin is a native Bostonian who resides in Charlotte, NC with her husband Willie. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina with a degree in Political Science and Government Relations.
Email Robin at robin [@] agrariantrust.org