Robin Woods Reshard

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Robin Reshard is an interviewer, public speaker and community educator. She has authored two books, The Little Book of ‘Fro-isms: A Guide for Your Journey to Finding Your Uniqueness and the upcoming children's book Marty Goes to the Library.

Robin has more than 30 years of professional and community work in the boardroom, classroom, and community. She holds a Master of Science degree in Community Economic Development from Southern New Hampshire University and has received many service, teaching, and volunteer awards. Robin and her husband, Lloyd, have three adult children.

Robin has been involved in community affairs in a variety of venues. She used to host a community and public affairs television show on the local PBS affiliate, WSRE, and has performed with the annual "Our Voices Are Many" Black History Month dramatic project.

Robin is currently a director with the Bethel Safe Schools and Students Project, a juvenile deliquency prevention program funded by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.