The journey of Bianca Webb is best described as that of a former sports reporter turned attorney. Among Bianca’s many talents is her desire to serve those in need and be a strong community advocate. She is the proud founder of the Geaux Feed Project, a grassroots organization that focuses on poverty awareness and prevention. Soon after she was crowned as the second African American Homecoming Queen at LSU, she founded Geaux Feed.
As an undergraduate, Bianca elevated her advocacy by forging a student council with other student leaders and elected officials, Save Our Schools Louisiana. SOSLA organized to combat a historic healthcare and education budget deficit in Louisiana. This council was later appointed to Governor John Bel Edwards’ cabinet to conduct research on extending constitutional protection to healthcare and education. As a law student, Bianca ran a media consulting firm. In this business, she advised political candidates, small businesses and agencies on print and digital media strategies ranging from speech orientation and writing to graphic design. Notably, Bianca oversaw marketing and communication for the Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Research Group.
Bianca was recently recognized as one of twenty-two women leading pathways for Georgia women in business and community organizing by State Representatives Thomas, Cannon, and Paris. When she is not busy wearing one of her many capes, she is likely traveling, spending time with family or catching a game. Bianca is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. One day, she hopes to lead the front office of a professional sports or media organization. Bianca is excited to serve the needs of her corporate clients in the General Liability Department. Her former criminal prosecution experience makes her an effective and versatile advocate.