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Wahánama Robinson is a true "Brooklynite".  A native New Yorker, born and raised in Brooklyn and proud of her Brooklyn persuasion:  Punch Ball, Hand Ball, Double Dutch, Johnny Pumps, Murray the K, Delancey Street leathers,  Fred Braun shoes, Franks-from the cart, Hot pretzels-from the cart, shaved Italian Ices-from the cart, sliced Pizza from the parlors and warm Knishes, just to name a few! 

She presently holds an MBA in Business Administration (maintaining a 3.5 to a 4.0 average throughout) from Strayer University in Washington, DC and an ITTT Certification to teach English overseas. For over thirty plus years Wahánama has been an educational instructor in regular classroom settings as well as working with physically, emotionally, and hearing impaired students in the public school system. While teaching she also developed an innovative recycling education program that she taught to 8,400 students in the public school system.  Her program garnered print and televised acclaim and won the Maryland  State Recyclers Coalition Award.  She also devoted her time to teaching middle and high school students to speak, read and write elementary Cherokee language along with coordinating Native American educational workshops. She is a supporter of the New York Writer's Coalition, a member of the Arbor Day Foundation, supporter of St. Joseph's Indian School, St. Labre Indian School, a member of MRSPA (Maryland Retired School Personnel Association), and a supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project and the Paralyzed Veterans of America Association. Wahánama was the founder and CEO of the 501c-3 Non-Profit O.U.R. T.R.O.O.P.S Organization in support of military/disabled American veterans and their families, of which she actively ran and oversaw for five years. The organization proudly became part of the Wisdom World Wide Non-Profit Organization.

Wahánama is bi-lingual and loves to read a myriad of subjects and  titles.  She is a published author, entrepreneur and community activist.  She writes poetry, children's books, articles, short stories and novels.  Her work has been published in the Maryland Independent Newspaper, The Enquirer Gazette, The Prince George's Journal, The Washington Post, Alamogordo Daily News and True Story Magazine.  A feature story on her passionate work and personal interests are showcased in the 2009 Spring/Summer issue of Strayer's Scholar Magazine.  In addition Wahánama broadened her horizons by working in local television and film production, producing commercials and documentary film shorts. Her latest literary works, with magnificent art illustrations by Donuyé Broussard, are soon to be showcased internationally. 


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Wahánama in 2007 with South Carolina Senator Phil Leventis and S. H. Harris, the East Coast Liason to the 3rd annual Jesus Jam event held in honor of disabled troops & their families.

Here she poses for the "unsung Heroes" article in the Strayer Scholar Magazine, Spring/Summer 2009 edition.

2007, Wahánama stands with the world renowned Hall of   Fame recipient, Bill Pinkney of Bill Pinkney and the Original Drifters  of "Under the Boardwalk" fame.

2001, Wahánama with WWII Code Talker at the first Pow Wow on the Mall in Washington, DC.

At a church function in 2007 to hear guest speaker Dr. Frederick KC Price & Mrs. Betty Price.

Wahánama with staff at KVBA TV in Southern New Mexico

Kelvin Hargrave and some of the KVBA crew!