What can you tell me about Shaun Robinson of “Access Hollywood”?
—Isreal Green, Quincy, Florida
The Detroit, Michigan, native, 51 and divorced, has made it her mission to help girls build healthy self-esteem. While writing her 2009 book “Exactly as I Am,” about teen girls and “believing in yourself and dreaming big,” Shaun Robinson realized the power of giving back. So the entertainment journalist founded the One Girl, One Voice movement to spotlight girls who volunteer “helping neighbors or cleaning up parks or joining anti-bullying projects,” says Robinson, who has appeared in the movies and TV shows “Bruce Almighty,” “The Neighbors,” “Charmed” and “Half & Half.”