Baltimore native, Charlotte, NC resident, and Morgan State University alumna, Sabra Robinson is the founder of Black Women Widows Empowered, a nonprofit organization that empowers widows through various online and face-to-face mediums. She’s also the author of Widowed, But Not Wounded and Publisher of Today’s Widowed Woman of Color Magazine.
She was married to the love of her life Herbert Robinson for 23 years. Their union produced four children. Sadly, Herbert succumbed to Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma in 2012.
Sabra holds a General Theology Certificate from Oral Roberts University and studied at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Sabra has also been recognized by the ABC Talent Development Program for her proposal to bring her children's book, Micky, Ticky, Boo! Says Hello to film and received recognition from the Mayor of Baltimore in 2017.
A project manager by day, she is also a certified Christian counselor, certified career-growth coach, and former Grief Share facilitator. Sabra is also the visionary behind the book collaboration, Widowed, But Not Wounded: The Hustle & Flow of 13 Resilient Black Widowed Women (Dec 2017). She has proudly authored a Non-Fiction Christian Anthology, The Lost Sheep: How I Got Over the Hump, and the children's book, Micky, Ticky, Boo! Says Hello. Sabra has also contributed her writings to blavity.com, Hope for Widows Foundation, FriendsPast, and Thought Catalog.
Sabra also takes pleasure in focusing on her empowerment podcast where she is able to discuss various topics such as dating, grief, loss and awareness campaigns with widows and widowers of all backgrounds.