Janette Robinson Flint
As a founding member of Black Women for Wellness, Janette is currently the Executive Director. Her work in the health field began as an advocate during her pregnancy, seeking a holistic practitioner to work with her concept of gentle birth. An alumnus of the University of Southern California, her journey has included The Birthing Project USA/Los Angeles, Great Beginnings for Black Babies, National Health Foundation, March of Dimes, California Primary Care Association, Inglewood Healthy Mothers & Babies, South Los Angeles Health Project and Women Infant & Children (South Los Angeles advisory board) Programs. Magic through radio is yet another love, having produced day-long specials celebrating the lives of African American leaders and weekly programs highlighting women’s voices with Talking Book, African World News, Family Tree, Some of Us Are Brave, and Liberated Sisters radio programs. A victory that encourages health for women and girls grounds her through the struggle for freedom.