The next generation of girls and young women will benefit from having diverse role models and mentors.
We choose to support the YMCA of Southwestern Ontario, most specifically their Young Women of Excellence Program.
A percentage of profits from all conferences and workshops will be donated to the YMCA of Southwestern Ontario.
The Jean Collective is committed to non-discrimination on the basis of ethnicity, language, race, age, ability, sex, sexual orientation, income, political or religious affiliation in all aspects and at all levels of the Collective. We define women to include LGBTQ2SIA+, and the LBGTQ community. We are committed to ensuring that our mission and operations embrace the diversity of all. We will make every effort to see that our structure, policies, and systems promote equal access to all.
We acknowledge that we are on indigenous land. We recognize and respect the traditional territories of the Ojibwa, Potawatomi, Odawa people, who have been stewards of this land for generations. We honour their enduring connection to this place and express our gratitude for the opportunity to live, work and learn on their traditional territory.
We empower women and gender diverse individuals to discover their inner confidence, enabling them to step into leadership roles and speak their minds. At the Jean Collective, you will gain the knowledge, skills, and support needed to confidently become a leader, make a difference in your community, and contribute to creating a more inclusive and equitable society.