Celebrate the Uncelebrated is a time to share with other women, reflect on where you have been and fill your tank for where you want to go. It is a time to be seen, heard, felt, and celebrated for the amazing woman++ you are!
Come as you are. This is not your average Zoom call. We will have journal prompts followed by small breakouts groups where you will meet and share with others on the call. We ask that you join on a computer or tablet so you can use gallery view, participate in breakout rooms, and view slides. Plan to join with your camera on from a quiet space where your face is well lit. (It is nice to be able to see each other’s eyes when sharing.) All our lovely nonbinary, genderfluid, trans, etc friends are welcome!
Attendee registration with Rachel Hicks will be $15, of which half will be donated to Black Girls Code. WTM Bozeman will cover the remainder of Rachel's facilitator fee.
As women we spend our lives fixing problems, adapting to situations, learning new things, and supporting others. We fill our lives with shoulds and not enough moments of recognition of the progress we have made and the steps we took to get there – while typically doing all of it and acting like it was no big deal. We often take ourselves for granted and don’t stop to appreciate how amazing we truly are.
I enjoy supporting women to find their strengths and celebrate them. I love the ah-has and the moments when I see the sparkle in your eyes because you feel seen and heard. I am excited to create a space for you to show up as your authentic self and be celebrated for your incredibleness.
“Stop defining yourself by things that don’t define you.” – Brandon Farbstein
Rachel Hicks Design
Designer. Strategist. Facilitator.
Rachel Hicks is a designer, strategist, and facilitator who spends her days building community, supporting, inspiring, and working with individuals, nonprofits, and businesses to achieve their goals and find their ‘why’. She creates events and experiences that make an impact. Over the past two years, she has pivoted from in-person experiences to mainly online⸺producing international community calls, running design sprints, holding space for finding your purpose, and creating authentic connections through networking events and galas.
She is a certified Integral Facilitator and trained in the skill of shaping group dynamics and collective conversations. Throughout her career, she has consulted with many individuals, nonprofits, and businesses to integrate powerful design into their experience planning and business and communication strategies. Rachel lives in Bozeman, Montana with her husband, young daughter, dog, and loves to travel (when the world is safe to do so again.)
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