Amy Reeves Robinson
Amy Reeves Robinson built a thriving entrepreneur coaching and strategic planning facilitation business after being a corporate and real estate title paralegal in Colorado and Tennessee, and a business banker in California. She has worked with start-ups and entrepreneurs in the San Francisco Bay Area and Northwest Arkansas for over 15 years and developed business coaching specifically for women-owned businesses.
Amy’s focus on women brought her to the attention of the international Start-up Cup team and she travelled to Pakistan to train mentors in supporting and coaching entrepreneurs in 2013. Subsequently, Amy took to the main stage speaking on the subject of women in business, and her journey lead to an invitation to speak at TEDxFayetteville in 2014 where she presented “I believe in tribes of women.”
Tribe of Women is now a movement, focused on building a world-wide culture of women supporting women. She travels the country as a speaker and facilitator providing "Tribe Talks" and workshops as ongoing conversations about the importance and role of Tribe of Women as a core component in the personal and professional lives of women to attain gender equity.
Amy has been part of helping build the Northwest Arkansas entrepreneurial ecosystem for 12 years. She has served multiple industries, and her clients range fortune 500 companies to single-person start-ups. She speaks on and facilitates workshops in Entrepreneurship, Women in Business, Communication & Team Methods, Strategy & Culture, Time Management and more.
Amy is active in her community with roles ranging from advocate and activist for city planning and environmental initiatives, to board member of organizations supporting the arts and family. She is part of the founding board of Feed Communities, a regional organization that addresses hunger and nutrition in Washington and Benton Counties in Arkansas. She has 3 children with her husband, Brent. They live in Fayetteville, AR where they have lived and raised their family for 12 years.