Dr. Ayanna Robinson is the Research and Evaluation Director for Black Mamas Matter Alliance. She has over a decade of research and evaluation experience, primarily supporting initiatives at the federal level. She received her Ph.D. in Health Promotion and Behavior from the University of Georgia and a Certificate in Interdisciplinary Qualitative Research Studies. As a public health researcher and evaluator experienced in qualitative and quantitative methods, she is committed to conducting research and translating that research into initiatives and products that dismantle systems of oppression, amplifies the voices of Black women and birthing individuals, and creates spaces for healing. Ayanna is also the founder of Black Girls’ Breastfeeding Club and the bEarth Work App.