I am a lifelong feminist and was a full-time activist during second wave feminism in the 80s.
As a leader I led overtly from feminist principles and supported dozens of women to step into their fullest potential as women leaders. I was frequently the first or only woman in senior positions in a team of men. I am an intersectional feminist and have always been committed to inclusion and diversity.
I offer two strands of work:
I offer presentations and workshops on understanding the wide range of feminisms. We explore the individual women who fought for women’s rights and the abolition of slavery, the first wave of feminism and winning of the vote, then second, third and fourth wave feminism and their contributions. There is always space to clarify understanding of what feminism means to participants - personally and organisationally. As well as issues of intersectionality and gender identity
I offer presentations, workshops and consultancy on the core principles of Feminist Leadership, and how you can incorporate into your own leadership.
I am working with Caplor Horizons on their feminist organisational journey and have authored a thought paper on Feminist Leadership
I am also supporting Action-Aid Ireland and the Glastonbury Goddess Community with their feminist leadership.