Posts in Seattle
GEORGINA MIRANDA- SHE VENTURES

Georgina is creator and CEO of She Ventures and Move 30 Collective. She is a social entrepreneur, adventurer, consultant, and speaker combining over a decade of Corporate, Start-up, and Adventure experience. Her passion for equality, adventure, and doing business as a means for social good have taken her to reach new heights on many fronts.

She is currently in the process of completing the Explorer Grand Slam (8 Summits + 2 Poles) to raise awareness around gender-based violence and climate change. A project she launched in 2008 and just 3 expeditions remaining. She believes inside all of us is an adventurer. 

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CHRISTY PELLAND- NATIONAL DIRECTOR SHEJUMPS

Ridiculously optimistic adventure mom, Christy Pelland, joined SheJumps as a volunteer in 2014 with ten years of diverse work experience from illustration to event management. In 2015, she created the SheJumps Wild Skills Youth Initiative which focuses on teaching foundational outdoor skills to young girls which are applicable in any location.

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Seattle, SpeakerGeorgina Miranda
ABIOLA AKANNI-YOGA BY BIOLA


Abiola Akanni is an undeniable force in the yogic community, actively and intentionally cultivating truly holistic wellness and inclusivity for all fitness levels, genders, and ethnicities. A self-proclaimed self-love activist, she's on a mission to create non-judgemental spaces for all to develop their personal yoga practice. This lead her to found Yoga by Biola, the platform from which she shares culturally expressive yoga rooted in yogic philosophy and infused with creative movement and music, offering gentle sound baths, the Divine Feminine Workshop, and Trap Vinyasa™.

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Seattle, SpeakerGeorgina Miranda
STEPH JAGGER-AUTHOR, COACH, RECORD BREAKER

She is an author, speaker, coach, and world record smasher who lives on Bainbridge Island (otherwise known as Jurassic). She holds a CEC (certified Executive Coach) degree from Royal Roads University and she believes purposeful living doesn’t happen with one toe dangling in, but that we jump in, fully submerge, and sit in the juice. Think pickle, not cucumber. 

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