Yatesha Robinson is a Pregnancy Counselor who has experience working with adults, teens and women who are incarcerated. Before earing her MSW from the University of Michigan in 2011, she received her MA from Western Michigan University in Family Life Education in 2003. After which, she taught graduate and undergraduate level courses as WMU and served as the Director of Family Support Services with the Boys & Girls Club of Kalamazoo. She became a National Training Associate for the Boys & Girls Club and trained directors and staff across the nation on diversity initiatives. Yatesha has been a public speaker since 2005, focusing on mental wellbeing, emotional healing, self-esteem and other themes surrounding personal growth and life skills.