The Woman and the Owl Project explores and supports the development of women spiritual leaders. All people are spiritual leaders in their own lives. This project seeks to connect women to one another, and to the resources, knowledge, and teachers that will help them take up the responsibility and freedom of developing themselves as spiritual members of society.
The Woman and the Owl Foundation is a registered, 501c3 nonprofit organization, which explores and encourages the development of women spiritual leaders of all faiths and backgrounds through community, education, and support.
Our work strives to create a medium for you to share your far-seeing vision, for you to take wing.
All people are spiritual leaders when they take responsibility for their spiritual selves and creatively connect this with the world.
We welcome your leadership regardless of its stage or phase. Many of our members also lead spiritual communities, businesses, classes, groups, and ceremonies — others are just beginning their spiritual paths.
We offer video interviews with women spiritual leaders, the Tools of Leadership Series, inspiring Blog Posts, courses, and coaching.
The vision and mission of the Project is to engage women in a conversation about what it is like to live as spiritually committed people in today’s world, and to turn that conversation into inspiration, instruction, and support.
- What does it mean and what does it look like to lead a life committed to the Divine? How does one live?
- How does this decision affect and transform aspects of life like family, social relationships, jobs, and personal experience?
- Can we imagine answering that call and making this reality our own?
We recognize that each woman’s unique femininity is an essential part of their leadership to enjoyed and expressed — not regarded as an obstacle to flourishing leadership. We welcome into our community all forms of femininity and all people who self-identify as women.
The Woman and the Owl Foundation connects women to one another, and to the resources, knowledge, and teachers that will help them take up the responsibility and freedom of developing themselves as spiritual members of society.
Do you hear the call?