I believe women entrepreneurs have the ability and the disposition to lead the change needed in the world — perhaps because I am one. I have interviewed and been inspired by leaders, entrepreneurs, activists, and civil servants that consciously contribute to the community.
Women entrepreneurs are naturally caring individuals, and use our power and insight to create inclusive environments. We are conscious, collaborative, and courageous.
Women entrepreneurs are people of action. And our time has come. As a women entrepreneur, leader, small business owner, or someone who wants to be a change-maker - let's gather and converge our power, to empower others. Where, why, and how we contribute can create a huge ripple effect in our lives, businesses and in the community.
Now that we got that out of the way, I set-up this page to introduce myself.
Your audience and I have a lot in common. We want more meaning in our life, and we want a roadmap on how to get it while we work.
In my early forties, I decided, having it all, wasn't having enough. I sold everything.
Fellow woman entrepreneur
I'm the founder of the YouMeWe Social Impact Group: a social enterprise, movement, foundation, web-tv program, development company, mindset and book. We ignite a culture to make women entrepreneurs' contributions count, for you, your company, your community.
I’m a certified professional speaker (one of 65 in Canada, among 15% globally), social entrepreneur, keynote speaker, host, moderator, philanthropist, and author.
For 15 years, I was the Founder and CEO of a training company specialized in leadership, persuasive presentation, sales, negotiations, and collaboration building skills, for leaders and business professionals.
After sharing my expertise on five continents, we evolved the business and changed the name to YouMeWe Social Impact Group which also celebrates, cultivates and co-creating conscious-contributions™ to the community.
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World of difference award for women economic empowerment
I have toured over 60 counties, often taking the road less traveled. In 2011 my husband and I sold almost everything we owned and traveled through nineteen African countries interviewing over seventy African women pioneers (civil servants, activists, social entrepreneurs, educators) for WisdomExchangeTV.com. This pioneering initiative and YouMeWeFoundation.org, which provides tertiary education scholarships to women in developing countries, were the catalyst for receiving a TIAW, World of Difference Award for women economic empowerment in education.
More recently, I'm honoured to receive from the Governor General of Canada, The Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers, the highest volunteer honour in Canada. In addition, my peers in the speaking community have awarded me the CAPS Philanthropy Awards.
Launch Wisdom Exchange Tv
Women entrepreneurs create social impact
In each interview, a pioneering woman shared how she consciously contributes to society, her leadership, and how to replicate her initiative. Their collective insights inspired The YouMeWe Social Impact Group. We have recently relaunched WisdomExchangeTv.com and interview women all over the world that consciously contribute - many are Women Entrepreneurs.
YouMeWe Group responds to the call for social conscious companies
In addition to delving into leaders best practices, the YouMeWe has built extensive insights on how to attract, engage, and retain colleagues, clients, and collaborators, while contributing to the community consciously and sustainably. A multitude of inspiring and actionable conscious-contribution™ messages emerge for entrepreneurs and leaders. For-profit and not-for-profit organizations benefit from customized talks to meet an organization's objectives and opportunities.
Women Entrepreneurs are courageous, caring and inclusive
I welcome a conversation about speaking at your women's event or any gathering where you want to ignite your audience's culture to have even more impact where their contributions count, for them, their company and the community!
Together we can lead the change the world wishes to see!
Conscious-Contributions™ Cultivator | SuzanneFStevens@YouMeWe.ca | + 1 416.570.6557
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