Who is Beverly Robinson? She is:
CEO/Founder, Premiere "Evolution Branding Strategist", Advocate, Mentor and Beauty Coach.
An advocate for youth and women concerning issues saturating our news today such as human trafficking, domestic violence and the issues challenging foster care system.
A premiere Evolution Branding Strategist (one who leads individuals through the process of metamorphosis) and mentor to women and young girls. She has over 20 years of experience in the field of social services. This experience has been instrumental in honing her skills, natural gifts and abilities. It has also and given her great insight, awareness and cause to live out her purpose in serving women and children in the communities where she lives, works and worships.
A Court Appointed Special Advocate and Guardian ad Litem with CASA of Franklin County. She volunteers her time and energy to fight for the needs of abused and neglected children in the care of Franklin County Children Services. Her time and experience in the social services sector has helped her to gain extensive knowledge and an understanding of where the gaps are in the system, and insight on what needs to be done to fill them.
A beauty coach teaching young girls and women how to access and enhance their inner and outer beauty through inner healing. In addition, she offers beauty services which include skin care regimen, make up tips, styling the body image, and the essential elements of fashion resulting in each individual’s metamorphosis.
Her work in the social services field has ignited a passion for youth and women and has inspired her to initiate and grow her own philanthropic organizations, thus, the birth of the Good Girl Project,Inc. and Tied 2 Success, Inc.
Motivate , Educate , Cultivate
Tied 2 Success' mission is to motivate, educate and cultivate the minds of underserved and disenfranchised youth in our communities. It is achieved through positive relationship building, role modeling, and the development of critical and strategic thinking through the game of chess.
We help youth between the ages of 15-19 years old that are experiencing barriers in education, mental health, relationships and career development.
The program is divided into three phases. The duration of the program is 18 months.
Interested in joining our cause?
CASA of Franklin County
Learn More About CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) and How You Can Help.
CASA of Franklin County advocates for abused and neglected children by providing them with a voice in the juvenile court system. CASA recruits, screens, trains and supports community volunteers to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children.