Janessa Robinson is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work brings audiences along as she explores her life's journey. She has a fancy for writing poetry, music, film, graphic design, modeling, and live performance. Janessa is a singer/songwriter and rapper by the stage name WPK (Warrior Princess King).
Janessa has hosted virtual game shows to ServiceNow’s audience of 12,000+ people as well as performed music and poetry in virtual fundraisers for Root & Rebound. Her short film Through the Fire appears in TIME magazine’s Optimist Issue as part of Ava Duvernay’s video project.
Having spent years studying communication, sociology, philosophy, and law then later working in advocacy in Washington, D.C., Janessa developed a resonating voice on issues of social affairs. She has 50+ pieces of social commentary content published in TIME magazine, The Guardian, Huffington Post, EBONY, NAACP’s The Crisis Magazine, Chopra Center and many more.