The Robinwood Center was co-founded in the summer of 2018 by:
Sophie Robinson Founder &Property Owner
Sophie is a filmmaker, social justice activist, & philanthropist. Sophie was the Executive Producer & Director of Outreach for the Age of Consequences, a documentary about how climate change impacts national security. She organized & coordinated with The Better Future Project & 350 Massachusetts for two years – spearheading one of the leading statewide climate networks in the country. Sophie has Psychology & Environmental Science degrees from Williams College, & is currently finishing a masters degree in Sustainability & Environmental Management from Harvard. Her focuses in philanthropy are in racial justice & environmental justice.
Kyle Blume Co-Founder
K. Kyle Blume is an Army veteran who practiced as an Advanced Tactical Paramedic in Afghanistan. Before the Army, he enjoyed many careers such as a pedicab driver, mechanic and chef. A bike lover and fix it man, from injured people to broken trucks- he's the guy for the job! K. Kyle is currently studying at Wesleyan University and is working toward a degree in Nursing.
Akilah Campbell Co-Founder
Akilah is a decade-long educator in areas of natural and life sciences, as well as outdoor and garden education. In love with gardening and the outdoors for her entire life, Akilah spent much of her childhood in her grandparents' garden and exploring the woods of the Northeast with her family. This fostered a great love and appreciation for how humans are truly interconnected to the natural world. As a result, Akilah strives to make a positive impact on community members through outreach and engaging, educational opportunities that nurture the growth of an empathetic, well-informed, and sustainable community. Akilah holds degrees in the areas of Wildlife Ecology and Music Education.
Leigh Cameron Co-Founder
After spending several years supporting community-based social and environmental justice initiatives across New England and in Senegal, West Africa, Leigh is thrilled to be digging into this work right here at home in her seacoast community. Leigh is a systems-thinker who is passionate about the connections between healing our bodies, our communities, and the land. She loves surfing, yoga, cooking nutrient-dense food, creating herbal concoctions, and digging in the dirt! She is also currently studying Nutritional Therapy through the Nutritional Therapy Association.