Nina Simons offers inspiration for anyone who aspires to grow into their own unique form of leadership with resilience and joy.
Informed by her extensive experience with multicultural women’s leadership development, Simons replaces the old patriarchal leadership paradigm with a more feminine-inflected style that illustrates the interconnected nature of the issues we face today. Sharing moving stories of women around the world joining together to reconnect people, nature and the land—both practically and spiritually—Nature, Culture and the Sacred is necessary reading for anyone who wants to learn from and be inspired by women who are leading the way towards transformational change by cultivating vibrant movements for social and environmental justice.
About Nina Simons
Nina Simons, co-founder of Bioneers, is a social entrepreneur passionate about reinventing leadership, restoring the feminine, and co-creating a healthy and equitable future for all life on Earth. An advocate for social and environmental healing, she speaks and teaches internationally on leadership and transformational social change and is dedicated to the value of creating truly diverse collaborations and connections among issues, leaders and movements.
About Cecile Lipworth
Cecile Lipworth is the Founder of Ripple Catalyst Studio. She is a passionate change-maker, recognized as a leader and catalyst in movement building, supporting social change on a global scale. Prior to founding Ripple, she worked for 15 years at the intersection of art and activism at V-Day, the global movement to end violence against women and girls, founded by Eve Ensler (playwright of The Vagina Monologues). As Managing Director she manifested the vision for V-Day to change culture around the issue of gender-based violence, creating a global grassroots leadership model based in art and activism, that raised over $100 million for local community organizations working to end violence. Cecile, is Collected Works' Events Curator.