Ayanna Robinson is a public health scientist, a mother and maternal and child health advocate, and the founder of Black Girls’ Breastfeeding Club. (BGBC). BGBC is an organization that aims to promote positive breastfeeding norms and provide breastfeeding education and resources to African American women. Ayanna holds a Ph.D. in Health Promotion and Behavior from the University of Georgia and a Graduate Certificate in Interdisciplinary Qualitative Research Studies. Her most recent research study, featured on Baby Center and published in peer reviewed journals, applied Black Feminist Thought to examine the experience and outcomes of African American mothers who participate in breastfeeding support groups on Facebook. She serves as a kindred partner for the Black Mamas Matter Alliance (BMMA), in addition to, supporting the research working group activities for BMMA. Ayanna has received several awards for her work including, The Macagnoni Qualitative Research Award and the Feldman Health Disparities Award from the University of Georgia.