Power 2 Change Extended Interview: Robyn Davis
Robyn Davis talks about advocating for diversity, equity and inclusion.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - Robyn Davis is the president and CEO of the Brown County United Way. She’s worked in the non-profit sector for more than a decade, heading Green Bay’s Freedom House before that. While Davis works to connect people, resources and ideas, she’s also leading important discussions on racial disparities.
Robyn Davis talks about advocating for diversity, equity and inclusion, and tells us where she draws her strength, in our extended Power 2 Change conversation.
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