Nia Eshu Martin-Robinson (she/ her)
Nia Eshu Martin-Robinson is a fierce, femme, queer, Black woman, born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. Nia is a facilitator, trainer and convener who operates with a Black Feminist lens and a deep desire to be in service to all Black women and girls.
Possessing the belief that reproductive and sexual autonomy for women and queer folx of color, Indigenous women and low-income women is a human right and inextricably linked to being able to exist in a safe and health environment, Nia’s work has often focused on creating dialogue at the intersections of Climate, Reproductive and Environmental Justice; exploring the disproportionate impacts of environmental issues on women and girls of color; and looking at the reemergence of population control rhetoric in the climate change debate and the dangerous implications this has on marginalized communities.
Today, Nia’s professional focus is centered around reproductive health, rights and justice. Currently, Nia is lending her talents and expertise to Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Planned Parenthood Action Fund as their Director of Black Leadership and Engagement, working to build a collective strategy and vision for Black work at the organization.