In The Media

In The Media

Robyn has been profiled by most every major media venue including, CBS News with Dan Rather, ESPN, Working Woman, The TV Food Network, Discovery Channel, Lifetime, USA Today, Washingtonian magazine, Washington Business Journal, The Associated Press and the Washington Post.

For The Media

A seasoned and captivating speaker and consultant, Robyn Webb is in demand by many companies and organizations. She shares her vast nutritional knowledge and culinary enthusiasm through lectures, workshops and programs with clients diverse as the World Bank, The American Bankers Association, Acacia Life Insurance, Sysco Food Company, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, Sprint International, Navy Federal Credit Union, Whole Foods, American Trucking Association, Farm Credit Association and more.

In 1996, Robyn received the prestigious President’s Council on Fitness, Healthy American Fitness Leader Award, co-sponsored by the National Jaycees and Prudential Life Insurance Company. She is an active member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals and serves currently as the past chairman of the Cooking Schools and Teachers section. She graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Nutrition and Florida State University with a Masters of Science degree in Nutrition.

Robyn Webb grew up at the Concord Resort Hotel in the Catskill Mountains of New York. She learned to love good food at an early age, but also learned the toll of a high fat diet; she lost her father to a massive heart attack, watched family members battle with the debilitating effects of diabetes and fought a constant battle with her own weight, happily under perfect control for 16 years and counting! She also has a Mom who let her in the kitchen very early, so Robyn always knew from a very young age what cauliflower looked and tasted liked! Robyn knows the importance of taking care of oneself, and she has channeled her concern for human health and fitness into the successful business of helping people integrate their health needs with their lifestyles.