Attorney Robinson is a Patent Attorney who has worked with the Unites States Patent & Trademark Office and the law firm of Christensen O’Connor Johnson & Kindness. During his legal career, Robinson has worked with a wide variety of clients including Microsoft, Nintendo, and Amazon.com.Robinson has also served as both an intern for Senator Jean Schodorf of Kansas and a Judicial Clerk for The Honorable Judge Maxine Lando in Miami, FL.
Even as a student, Mr. Robinson has taken on a leadership role in numerous organizations over the years including the Student Bar Association and was selected to serve as the student representative for University of Kansas School of Law Dean Search Committee. Upon graduation, Mr. Robinson received the Walter Hiersteiner Oustanding Service Award by the law school faculty which is given to the student whose service to his fellow students, university, and community, demonstrates the greatest promise for contribution to the legal profession and to society.
As a professional, Mr. Robinson has continued to be an active member of a variety of organizations over the years including the Washington Bar Association, the American Intellectual Property Law Association, and the National Urban League. Mr. Robinson is also serves as a mentor to students providing them with guidance on the different challenges of law school and the legal field.
As the Chairman of the Board for No Limit Health and Education, Mr. Robinson is dedicated to working with community leaders and organizations to seek out solutions to the issues that impact the community and surrounding areas.
Ms. Giles is a knowledgeable financial and project control analyst that tackle all assignments with enthusiasm and dedication. She is an graduate of Nova Southeastern University and National Guard veteran.
Ms. Giles specialize in Cost Analysis, Budgeting and Planning, Earned Value, Proposal Pricing, Training and Consulting, Project Management, Organizing and Strategic Planning
As No Limit Health and Education’s Board Treasurer she dedicated to maintaining and growing No Limit’s financial status. All while gaining the trust and assurance of public that the organization finances are well managed.
Tara Ervin is a community activist, who has served her community in several different capacities over the last 14 years. She has a passion for programs and organizations that improve the quality of lives through literacy, and fitness. She is a mother of two children, a mentor, a coach and a motivational speaker who has a specialty to identify strengths and development needs with an ability to set and achieve challenging goals.
Through her employer, Scholastic Book fairs, Tara worked as a Parent Involvement Specialist inducing these programs to District across the Nation promoting the Klutz Build- a- Book Family Experience designed to boost parent & family involvement around literacy. This program is currently one of Scholastic’s most successful family program events which focus on reading, writing & parent involvement all in one.
In addition Tara served as the liaison for the One for Books programs between Scholastic Bookfairs and the Central Florida Boys and Girls club. This program put over 500 books in the hands of students at the West Sanford Boys and girls club accomplishing the mission of connecting kids to books they want to read.
As No Limit Health and Education’s Board Secretary. She is committed to enhance her community by providing people with the tools that are necessary to make informed choices that will positively impact and improve their lives.
Dr. Vanessa Littleton PhD, MPA, BSN
Dr. Littleton is passionate about service to the community as evidenced by her strong commitment to education, social justice, and improving health outcomes. As an experienced community leader, she is dedicated to the implementation of effective, efficient, and equitable community-based programs serving vulnerable populations.
Currently as an University of Central Florida Lecturer and Internship program director… Dr. Littleton is responsible for academic instruction for graduate and undergraduate students in public policy, public administration, strategic planning, program evaluation, leadership in public affairs, administrative theory, survey research, and administrative writing. In addition, she is responsible for coordinating the school’s undergraduate and graduate internship programs. And she also conduct public health research, analyze public health data, conduct community needs assessments, evaluate programs in public agencies and nonprofit organizations, present research findings, and facilitate strategic planning sessions.
Allie Braswell, is a proud military veteran, having served 13 years in the United States Marine Corps. Subsequently, Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K. Shinseki, appointed him to serve on the Advisory Committee for Minority Veterans. Bramwell has also served as the US Army Reserve Ambassador to Central Florida. He is the founder and managing director of The Bramwell Group, a consulting firm based in Orlando that assists mainstream organizations in uniting with local and global communities. Bramwell is a past president and CEO of the Central Florida Urban League. The Orlando Business Journal recognized him as one of Central Florida’s Most Influential Business Executives in 2013.
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