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Shaquira Robinson is a mentor, role model, leader, sister, and learner. She considers herself a CEO for girls and women—Chief Empowerment Officer. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, she is a graduate of Purdue University and received her Masters in Public Health from the University of South Florida. Shaquira is dedicated to filling the gap in the personal and professional development of adolescent girls, while also creating safe spaces for Black and Brown girls to learn from one another. Girl Talk 1 on 1 started as just an idea of hers and has now become a purpose-filled calling, impacting generations of girls.

Our Story

High school is never easy whether it is academics or social issues. It can be especially difficult being a teenage girl with everything from growth changes to boys, and peer pressures. This can cause girls to be ostracized, have arguments, and 'mean girl' syndrome. Shaquira Robinson, the founder of Girl Talk 1 on 1, noticed this in her junior year of high school and no longer wanted to be a part of the problem but create a solution. She saw how girls at her school were a part of cliques which led to segregation, not accepting each other, and hard to have positive working relationships within the school. Shaquira saw this as an opportunity for growth and change. After bringing an idea to her school counselor, Ms. Paillere, Shaquira, and a committee of her peers developed the first ‘Girl Talk’ Annual Conference.


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