FEMINIST BUSINESS SCHOOL
CAN A BUSINESS BE FEMINIST?
WHAT WOULD THAT REQUIRE?
LET'S FIND OUT
We offer classes and workshops that empower entrepreneurs to build purposeful and sustainable businesses that embody their values. We believe in the tenets of the feminist movement. We embrace feminine principles of ease, experimentation, pleasure, and play. We exalt integration and embodiment as we quest to build businesses in harmony with our body, the earth, our communities, and our beliefs. We are committed to growth and expansive consciousness.
We endeavor to topple the patriarchy, internally and externally. We see business as a site of personal power, radical creativity, and meaningful social change. We know that we can survive and thrive in business without compromising our values. We believe work can be fun. We hold fast to our declaration that
A BUSINESS CAN BE A MODEL FOR A NEW SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ORDER.
CONCEPTS & CONCEPTION
8-WEEK BUSINESS INCUBATOR
Next cohort starts September 2019
Concepts & Conception is a guided, 8-week business incubator for anyone who wants to birth a new business, or a new way of being in business, founded on feminine and feminist principles. C&C is specifically developed for those who are brand new to business or who have been in business but are struggling to thrive (financially or creatively). Our innovative, cross-disciplinary, and immersive curriculum guides you through the creative process of conceiving your own unique enterprise. We provide you with a feminist framework for entrepreneurship and valuable tools for bringing your idea to life.
This was a life changing experience. I learned so much about the economy, business, feminism. But most importantly, I learned about myself. If you feel out of place in the Capitalist economy, you'll likely feel at home here. — Tina C
Jenn helps us gather tools OUTSIDE the patriarchy, so we can tear it down with some efficacy. These tools are already within us, they are us. We have been so disembodied that we have picked up the tools of the patriarchy to survive, this is about rediscovering our resilience, our natural resources, ourselves; and in doing so, we find the strength to create a new way of being in the world and in business.
— Caitlin M