Jessica Robinson is Founder and CEO of PurePoint International helping people and companies to be safe. PurePoint International supports small and medium businesses working at the intersection of physical and cyber security. Ms. Robinson led and supported a $600M business with Target Corporation, and worked with the 2015 and 2016 U.S. Open. Formerly, Ms. Robinson served on the Washington DC Police Foundation’s Women’s Committee and on the NYC Police Foundation’s Crime Stoppers Committee.

PurePoint recently launched the new brand, Consciously Secure Living, specifically focused on personal safety and security for women and diverse communities – the first security company in the country to do so. Through Consciously Secure Living, Ms. Robinson provides specific training for individuals, social enterprises, conscious business leaders, international non-profits, social justice and human rights defenders working in global conflict areas on bringing consciousness into security, innovative training called Safety and Inclusion, and on creating a consciously secure life.

Ms. Robinson received her Master’s in Public and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh and a B.S. from Western Illinois University, where she graduated with honors. Ms. Robinson is currently serving on the board of the international non-profit World Pulse. Her co-authored book, Mission Unstoppable: Extraordinary Stories of Failures Blessings, with George Fraser and Les Brown is a #1 Amazon Best Seller in 7 categories. Ms. Robinson has spoken at the United Nations, Microsoft, Kaplan International, William Patterson University and numerous other organizations, has published articles with various publications including Security Director Magazine, and was selected as a 2015 Woman of Distinction by Women of Distinction Magazine. Ms. Robinson has been interviewed on Talking Alternative Radio, Stop My Crisis with Vivian Gaspar, Filippo international TV show I Am Pinoy, Proud Ako, and several other shows and podcasts.

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