Zuri Briz-Robbins


ABOUT THE SELECTED IMAGE: This picture was taken after one of my parenting groups at a local community center here in Galveston. Both children are children born to immigrant parents from Central America. This picture not only represents the mothers’ desire & commitment for optimal health and well-being but unequivocally demonstrates the eminent, visceral, and beautiful display of motherhood. Health, Love, and Compassion are all integrally significant of a good parent-to- child relationship. Click here to view all of her photos.

Zuri Robbins Briz

Zurisaday Robbins Briz is an Islander by Choice after living in Galveston most of her life. Her family emigrated from Mexico in the early 90’s and have made Galveston their home ever since. She grew up attending local Elementary, Middle and proud Ball High graduate. She is a self-taught special needs advocate, wife of 15 years and the proud mother of two GISD students. She currently represents family Service Center of as their Prevention Specialist and coordinator of the Incredible Years Parent Education Initiative for Galveston County. Family is and has always been her number one priority. Her interest preservation as well as celebration of her Hispanic culture and heritage has always been a natural passion. She is involved throughout her community serving in local civic groups, city and state boards. When she is not working, studying, or attending a family related function, she enjoys photography, cooking, traveling, theatre and the occasional jazz or salsa concert.

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