Leré Robinson, founder of Alive Again!, LLC, is passionate about family health. A nutritional consultant since 1997, Leré has a heart for reaching people where they live. Through life-affirming education and inspiration, Leré has helped countless families take their focus off of diets and denial and embrace the benefits of balance and health.
In 1997, Leré completed a course on the different systems in the body, presented by Joan van Rensburg in Pretoria, South Africa.
A native of South Africa, the wife of a missionary and the mother of three, Leré never asks anyone to walk a road she hasn’t travelled. Her public seminars and private consultations are custom-designed to meet individual needs and circumstances and to richly bless anyone seeking wisdom in how to make the foods they eat work for them. She lives in Irmo, SC, USA together with her husband and three daughters.
Firstly, I want to thank the Lord Jesus Christ for the gifting and vision He has placed in me. For His Love and constant provision, guidance and direction.
My precious husband Eddie for always being there to encourage me and that he has released me to do that which I love doing.
To my friend Joan van Rensburg who has mentored me over the past 15 Years. For the countless hours you have sown into my life to teach me so much of that which I know today.
Mary-Ann Shearer – your nutritional information and lifestyle principles that have changed my life and the lives of so many others.
The late Bill McAfee – for believing in that which I’m doing and for sowing into my life both financially and in expertise.
Ellison-Ann and Mike Williams for your encouragement and help along the way.
A special thank you to Dr Deanne Geurkink from Ballentine Pediatrics for having invited me to work with you at your practice. It was truly a privilege!
To all my friends and family – for believing in me and your encouragement in the years gone by.
In November 2012, Lere Robinson was nominated for the Palmetto Center for Women TWIN Award. The TWIN Award is a distinguished honor presented to women whose outstanding achievements mark them as leaders and role models in business and in their local community. She was recognized by Governor Nikki Haley for her work and helping improve the health and lives of folks in the community of Columbia.