Reka, today Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho honor you, and tomorrow and the next day and so on. The way you lead your life, your leadership and your courage is what we hope all of our 3,500 Girls grow up to be. You are a trailblazer.
I am so sorry we could not elevate you to 270 strong tonight, with some Girl Scouts in attendance too. My greatest joy was going to have Girl Scouts introduce you.
While we did not publicly recognize you tonight, you are and always will be a Women of Distinction in our Council. Expect me to show up in your life at some point, hopefully with a Girl Scout by my side, to present you a nice memento for you to remember we uplift you. For the Spokane, CDA leaders, I hope it is sooner. For the outer areas, it may take me a bit to get out as this crisis and cookie sales are dominating my time.
As we press ahead into uncertain times (COVID-19), I will take a dose of courage from each of you. We follow you and we celebrate you. Our founder Juliette Gordon Low said 108 years ago: “The work of today is the history of tomorrow, and we are its makers.”
You are a maker of history for us, and always will be—thank you for saying yes to letting us honor you—it meant a lot and really meant a lot for those from afar willing to travel here.
May you be well and stay strong and healthy this spring,
*The sweets over supper awards gala was supposed to happen on March 14, 2020. It was canceled due to COVID-19
Toxic relationships: Are you in one? Do you know the signs? Are YOU the txic one?
In this week’s episode, Zuri goes one-on-one in the signature segment, Real Woman, Real Story -- with Reka Robinson a certified life coach who shares her personal story of being in an emotionally abusive toxic relationship, the steps she
Today’s episode is called “Discover Your Worth” and we are joined by Reka Robinson , life coach and Founder of Single You Academy. She helps women discover their worth so they can stop tying their identity to men. Reka gives us several tips on how we can discover our worth.
Sick of Tying Your Identity To Having a Man? Want To Be Truly Happy Single? Then Listen to This Podcast.Reka was honored when Holly (host) asked me if I'd share my story of; being in an abusive relationship, to healing and creating a business that helps women find their happiness with-in.
In this episode, we have a conversation with The Single Girls Life Coach, Reka Robinson. Reka helps women to discover their self-worth so they can stop tying their identity to men or a relationship. Reka breaks down the importance of building a healthy relationship with yourself before you can have a healthy relationship with a partner. She touches on the societal pressures women face around relationships and why we should be able to write our own narratives as women when it comes to relationships, marriage and family. Topics we cover with Reka include:
Justin Honore of NBC-TV Right Now Tri-Cities (KNDU) did a 'Black History moment' on me because well I'm black and the 'Robinson' name has A LOT of history here on this side of WA State!
Robinson started the “Single You” Academy to help women learn their value without a partner. Robinson understands that as a young single woman the main questions asked to revolve around a partner and kids. This is part of the reason why she kept trying to make it work with her abusive ex; she felt she needed to have him around to feel successful in all aspects of her life. “Single You” Academy focuses on empowering women through the connections formed. Having a solid connection between Robinson and clients allows clients to feel supported and valued and they end up growing from that connection.
"Racism is not new to this country but something about George Floyd has made everyone wake up. Possibly the casualness of the officer who killed him, mixed in with everyone being at home and how long that officer was on George’s neck."
On January 25, 2020 Reka won influencer of the year at the 2nd annual TCC awards gala.
The award was voted on and given out be the Tri-Cities creatives community.
It’s been six years since Reka Robinson sat in a classroom in an east Pasco school named after her grandmother and was motivated to make a difference.
“I saw a little girl and she did not fit in her clothes,” the Power 99.1 FM radio host said. “The teacher told me that her parents were having a hard time keeping up with her growth ... I said, ‘What size is she? I’ll go buy her clothes.’”
That is how the "Power Kids Clothing Drive" started, and Friday she brought in more than enough clothes for 30 children. It’s only one of the ways Virgie Robinson’s legacy continues at the elementary school that bears her name.
Below: Reka Robinson delivers clothes to students at Virgie Robinson Elementary School in Pasco on Friday after doing her annual clothing drive with HAPO Community Credit Union. Reka, a Power 99.1’s radio personality, is Virgie Robinson’s granddaughter. Noelle Haro-Gomez TRI-CITY HERALD