Ebony Tree Council

We go deep for social change

Special Edition – Lashawndra Robinson

In this episode of “Ebony Tree Council – Off The Top”, we introduce our audience to a wonderfully talented Chef / Farmer / Psychologist Ms. Lashawndra Robinson.

In addition to learning more about such an amazing person, we will discuss the following topics.

  • Food as medicine
  • Generational wealth
  • Nutrition in the school

Checkout the interview with Ms. Robinson


  • African Americans representation = 1.1 percent
  • Average Salary                              = $25,899 (Black Female Only)
  • 10-year Growth Rate                    = -1.0 percent

During this episode, we gained tremendous insight about the history of black farmers and the impact that it plays on our communities today. For example, we have loss over 960,000 black farmers in the past 100 years. These producers were adjacent to urban areas where food insecurities are at an all time high.

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Please feel free to send a message directly to Lashawndra via our contact form

To find out more about this and other career perspectives, checkout the CAREERS section of our website at Ebony Tree Council.

Published by Anna 2.0 Griffin

I can say without pause, I have been through a thing or two in my life time but I refuse to allow those moments to define me. I am a sum of all my experiences and for that I am great because I own everything as it relates to me. All my experiences are contributing factor to my integrity and character. I am driven to be an agent of change for my/ our communities. At this point in my life I have three main goals and each contributes to eradicating generational poverty in Black/ African American communities. Through the use of Social Entrepreneurship, I plan to leave a legacy of sustainable programs we all can be proud of.