Robin Emmons is the Founder & Executive Director of Sow Much Good, Inc. A NC based non-profit committed to addressing disparities in the food system that adversely affect low-income and marginalized populations. Since 2008, Robin has dedicated herself to eliminating systemic barriers in the food system that disproportionately affect the working poor and underserved; working tirelessly to raise awareness and provide solutions to meet a critical need prevalent in fragile communities. Robin has received numerous awards and has been featured in local and national media for the organization’s work to alleviate nutritional starvation in low-income communities through advocacy, farming and education. She is a 2017 Eisenhower Fellow, A 2013 CNN Hero; an alumna of the McColl Center’s Innovation Institute; a William C. Friday Fellow for Human Relations (2011 – 2013 Class) and an alumna of UNC Charlotte with a degree in Political Science. Robin is also a highly sought after speaker presenting to universities, corporations, private and public organizations on issues of community investment and social impact. She is native Bostonian and a NC transplant of 23 years currently residing in the city of Charlotte with her husband. Google “Robin Emmons TED talk” to view one of her many public presentations.