Adria D. Robinson

Atlanta, Georgia

Adria D. Robinson

Atlanta, Georgia

For some, giving back comes as a passion and for others it’s greatly overlooked. For Adria Robinson, it not only serves as a passion, it pairs up with a genuine heart. Ms.Robinson is the CEO/Founder of the Powerful Women in Business Association, LLC. (PWIB) CEO/Founder of the National Association of Professional Black Women, Inc.(NAPBW).

She is also the new President of Grow A Girl Network. Former 1st Vice Chair of the National Congress of Black Women, Metro Atlanta Chapter, Ms. Robinson established the fastest growing chapter in the organization’s history. Involving relationships with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Rock the Vote and the National Kidney Foundation; Ms.Robinson infused her passion for her community.

By acknowledging issues rather than ignoring them, Ms. Robinson has created a network of highly educated, advocate driven black females to not only solve the issue of urban women of all walks, but to educate as well as create programs of prevention to stop ongoing matters that burden women in today’s society.

Ms.Robinson faced an abundance of challenges as a young woman and many harsh realities that statistically cripple urban societies. Ms.Robinson was determined to take her personal experiences and devote her life to creating better opportunities for those that endure the same problems by teaching urban women how to not follow troubling paths through education and establishing career goals.

The PWIB plans to change the stereotypes about networking organizations. Most organizations exist when the spotlight is on, gaining publicity without honestly earning. The PWIB’ s direction is totally opposite. Inevitably and thankfully, saving the lives of women nationally rewards all of our hard work. “Women have to establish unity. At times, we are looked at as the ones that can’t get along. I want to prove that we do, and at the same time we are empowering other women and young girls to have enriched lives

  • Work
    • Powerful Women in Business Association
  • Education
    • Georgia State University