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WHO: This group is designed for full-time entrepreneurs* looking for an advanced and structured collaborative environment.

WHEN: Second Wednesday of each month, 10:00am-12:00pm

HOW MUCH: An annual membership is $365 and $35 for a drop-in meeting. First-time guests can visit for free!


  • Monthly meeting with a small group of women where we discuss advanced level business topics and collaborate on problem solving

  • Invitations to weekend brunches and focused coworking sessions

  • Access to our private Slack Channel to keep in touch between meetings, share resources, and do virtual coworking dates

  • Your business listed on our membership page with a link back to your site (oh hey SEO)

  • Exclusive invites and discounts to partner events and experiences (past perks include: free coaching, free event tickets, speaking opportunity alerts, etc.)


April: “Spring Style for Entrepreneurs” by Allison Hamilton-Rohe

May: “Using the Being Boss Chalkboard Method to Set BIG Goals”

June: TBD Annual Member


Back in 2015, I was 25 and had just launched a social media company and was ready for the challenges that came with being a businesswoman in a patriarchal world. However, I was NOT prepared for the complexities of the entrepreneurial journey and what it really took to get a business off the ground.

It's easy to feel alone when you're self-employed, especially if you work from home and I found myself yearning for a community of trusted peers whom I could learn from and grow with.

In 2016, Feminist Founder: “The Circle” was born to serve other fierce female founders like me who are struggling to navigate life as an solopreneur. We meet monthly to:

  • Offer advice support and honest feedback

  • Hold each other accountable to goals

  • Collaborate on co-hosting events or attend events as a group

  • Share profitability, marketing and craft strategies

  • Craft our ideal work-to-life ratio


The Circle is a space for designed for full-time, self-employed entrepreneurs and therefore don't feel multi-level marketing representatives would get the same value.