Antronette Robinson, MSN, RN

Title: Owner, Nursing Director
Company: Maestro Coffee Shop, VA Northern California Health Care System
Location: Sacramento, California, United States

Antronette Robinson, MSN, RN, Owner at Maestro Coffee Shop and Nursing Director at VA Northern California Health Care System, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in nursing and business ownership.

Ms. Robinson commenced the first 12 years of her professional career as a critical care nurse and first lieutenant in the U.S. Army. She went on to become an advanced practice nurse and registered nurse at Anolt Valley Community College, where she also received an Associate of Science. Likewise, she earned a Bachelor’s degree in nursing at California State University, Bakersfield and a Master’s degree in nursing and health care administration at Aspen University Online. Excelling in her positions as a nurse since 1994, Ms. Robinson joined the VA Northern California Health Care System in 2016 as a nursing manager. In 2019, she was promoted to the role of a nursing director in which she oversees 160 employees and offers her expertise in critical veteran care. Notably, she has received certificates for her efforts in organizational improvement from the VA Northern California Health Care System and is chairperson of the community care oversight committee.

Congruent to her nursing career, Ms. Robinson has been the owner of Maestro Coffee Shop in Sacramento, California since 2019. As the only non-franchised Black-owned coffee shop in the area, she is proud to offer the highest quality coffee beans and customer service in northern California. Dedicated to selling a quality product, she took barista courses and conducted research on the different regions from which coffee derives. Ms. Robinson hopes to be an inspiration to all members of the African American community in order to show that they can achieve anything they want by sharing knowledge. She believes that knowledge is power and being able to mentor others is important for community growth, especially in terms of business ownership. With this sentiment, she thanks her mentor, Chris, who is the owner of Naked Coffee, for walking her through the process of spearheading a business and constantly providing motivation and support.

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