We are born perfect. Then we are told how to be. Let’s disrupt these stories and return to our best verison.
Representation Rebellion is a manifesto, a safe space to join in community, to be inspired, and to tell your stories.
It’s the system. It’s not you.
Have you sat in a meeting and felt like a speck of dust?
Do you go to bed exhausted while your heart thuds and brain races about all the mistakes you made at work and you forgot to buy soccer shoes for your youngest?
Are you weighed down with dread like you’re wearing lead shoes?
53% of women say they’re lonely at work and it only gets worse the higher we climb.
It’s natural to feel alone in the workplace. Less than 30% of the world’s researchers are women. Only 10% of university presidents and CEOs of Fortune 500 companies are women. Women-owned businesses account for less than 20% of businesses owned in the U.S.
Research shows that women, especially those in leadership roles, experience significantly greater burnout compared to men because of their unpaid caregiver responsibilities, work-life imbalances, and working in a gender biased system.
There are reasons we feel invisible and alone, exhausted, depressed, and questioning our worth. It’s in the data.
And these are the stories we’ve embodied.
I see you. You are not alone.
I’ve been there. I worked at UC San Diego for over 30 years. I brought in millions of dollars for projects that helped our most vulnerable communities. Then the County took over my projects and said, “Bye, bye.” Simultaneously, I received my Ph.D. from the University of San Diego. In my first leadership class not one woman was mentioned. It set the stage for the next four years.
Both experiences made me feel dismissed, disposable, and unworthy. Up to this point, I’d compartmentalized my life into work and personal. Now, my unworthiness seeped into my personal life. This meant beating myself up for picking up food instead of making it for the family, my weight gain, and dropping the ball to get my son’s soccer registration done in time.
Then I disrupted these cultural stories by telling my stories. I am visible. I am rejuvenated. I am a badass. I know who I am and I love myself. Don’t you want the same thing?
Be visible. Be vibrant. You are worthy.
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Don’t miss this opportunity to revive your passion, reconnect with your purpose, and thrive both personally and professionally. It’s time to regain your radiance and embrace a brighter future.
Together, we reclaim our power, we make decisions about how to live our lives, we listen, and we come together in community. ONWARD!
Stories that Disrupt.
Discover empowering stories that challenge societal norms and delve into topics such as purpose, mental health, leadership, and self-love, inviting you to embrace growth, passion, and a life unapologetically lived. You will learn how to unleash your power and wisdom and not give a shit doing so.
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Do you have a story to tell?
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