Robyn Pratt has spent her life using her personal and professional experiences to serve the people around her. Robyn is from Virginia but has spent the last four years in community with folks from California, Oregon and Georgia. Robyn’s desire to serve was planted by her mother as a small child, and her love for service continues to grow with each passing day, as it did through her years of AmeriCorps service. She graduated college many light years ago with a degree in Human Services. She has since been an advocate for sexual assault survivors with The Center, taught many little ones to read while brushing up on her own reading skills with Reading Partners, and she has worked as a facilitator for young mothers sharing the importance of having meaningful interactions at every stage of life with Hands on ATL. Robyn currently works with FoodCorps as a member of the Training Team, where she creates meaningful learning spaces for over 200 AmeriCorps members working across the country to connect kids to nourishing, culturally relevant meals. Robyn also serves as one of the leaders for the BIPOC community at FoodCorps, where she works with others to create inclusive spaces for black and brown folks. Robyn hopes to one day become a doula, working specifically with black mamas to echo their needs, while creating a safe and healing environment for family and baby. Robyn is excited to explore ways to practice healing and restorative approaches within the Pan African community.