Katrina Long-Robinson is currently a Curriculum Resource Teacher with Charter Schools USA. She has previously worked for Palm Beach County School District as an Aftercare Director and school teacher. After the death of her husband Katrina’s accomplishments include but are not limited to, Founder and CEO of The Douglas G. Robinson Pancreatic Cancer & Empowerment Foundation this foundation offers African American male students the opportunity to earn a scholarship for higher education, her tireless advocacy led her to institute “Hype Night” which was a development and outreach event targeting community youth, she also instituted a weekend-long Youth Explosion which catapulted into a community-wide event bringing together over 200 youth and parents over a three day period for workshops, basketball tournament, and midnight musical. Katrina attended Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), where she majored in Elementary Education, she also has a certificate in Urban Youth Ministries from Palm Beach Atlantic University. Katrina is the proud mother of one daughter Jasmine Holland, who attends Florida A&M University. Today, Katrina encourages young people-especially girls and boys-to study hard and always be willing to make adjustments in life, no matter how great. Katrina is a member of National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc.


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