Interested in connecting with like-minded women who are all stepping forward to be more visible in the world by speaking up about the things they’re passionate about? Come on over and join us at Women Speaking Up. It’s an online community that’s free to join.
We created Women Speaking Up because we believe that now, more than ever, women need spaces to come together, to speak up without fear of intimidation, and to co-create with one another.
We’re working to create a space where you can find and work with like-minded women on creating the kind of change you want to see in the world. It’s a practical space where you’re encouraged to collaborate with other women and raise your voices together about issues you’re passionate about.
Whether you want to create positive change in the world:
✔️ through entrepreneurship (social or otherwise),
✔️ in your workplace,
✔️ through community activism,
✔️ in your art or creative life,
✔️ by being more present and loving with the people in your life,
✔️ through your work in an NGO, or
✔️ by stepping forward to become a member of parliament,
we are here for you.
With you, we want to build a support network for women to have both the courage and resources we all need to be more vocal and visible.
Women Speaking Up is a place for leaders and for women who want to lead. It’s a place for women who are ready to take their place in the revolution. You don’t have to march and you don’t have to burn your bra (although many may wish to!). What you need to do is decide that you won’t be passive onlooker anymore. That you will be an active participant in creating the change you want to see in the world.
Think of this as an invitation for you to choose to know and embody your own power and to realise that you have the capacity to create massive social, economic, and political change on this planet. I hope you’ll choose to join us.
The School of Visibility headquarters are based in Canberra, Australia. We acknowledge the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people as the traditional owners of this land.
We recognise that the land was never ceded. We support the Uluru Statement from the Heart and we pay our respect to Elders past and present.