The Female Leadership lunchtime discussion will be held from 12:15-1:30 p.m. at Hatch Taqueria and Tequilas. The discussion is open to the public, and local stakeholders as well as SHIFT attendees are invited to participate. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.
Participants are asked to leave ample time to return to the Snow King Hotel in time for the 2 p.m. SHIFT Summit afternoon panels.
Female Leadership: How efforts like Artemis, Wylder and the No Man’s Land Film Festival are positioning women to lead the conservation conversation
Artemis is a new sportswomen’s coalition that aims to bring women to the forefront of America’s conservation efforts. Wylder, the first female-owned and the only registered B-corp in Utah, is a female-focused online marketplace that contributes 2% of revenue to their 501(c)3 partners, and works closely with them to cultivate outdoor adventure stewards and conserve and protect public lands. No Man’s Land Film Festival is an all-female adventure film festival that works with like-minded organizations to encourage women and girls to get into the outdoors in an inspired and informed manner. What common challenges are these initiatives confronting? How do these efforts parallel one another? Are they complementary, competitive, or a touch of both—and can they work together to advance a vision of outdoor recreation and conservation that differs from the male-dominated narrative of the day?
Moderator: Allie D’Andrea, Co-Founder, Artemis
Jainee Dial, Co-Founder, Wylder
Aisha Weinhold, Founder, No Man’s Land Film Festival
Jessi Johnson, Co-Founder, Artemis
Miho Aida, Founder, If She Can Do It So Can You