Led by Communications Strategist, Sarah Cannata, we believe in equality, diversity and providing women with a voice via our platform without fear of ridicule or shame. When we combine collaboration, leadership, passion, vulnerability and courage, we’re capable of anything. Real progress is not inevitable, we have to use our voices and stories to fight for it.
Are you ready to join a community of people dedicated to empowering women to become tomorrow’s leaders by tapping into the power of storytelling? Are you ready to position yourself as a leader, achieve your business goals and drive change through storytelling? Welcome to This Woman Can!
Storytelling is Your superpower
Between Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn or wherever else you’re looking, it’s pretty easy in 2019 to feel like you’re the only person failing dismally at nailing life. Even ‘relatable’ people like the great Bréne Brown get sucked up into the internet vortex - today, I...read more
Making experience matter – read Michael Levine’s inspiring story behind the ‘Tinyletter’ group, connecting people in 43 countries passionate about eating disorder recovery. Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. Indeed,...read more
Twelve years ago, I was a clinically depressed, overthinking, over-drinking, cigarette smoking woman with a career on the fast-track to nowhere. Today, I am a non-smoking, sometimes drinking, healthy, happy being working in a challenging, well paid management...read more
Your story counts: Rachel Egan (UK) shares her personal experience in addressing the World Eating Disorders Action Day theme “Eating Disorders: We Can’t Afford to Wait”. We know that speedy access to eating disorder treatment offers the best chance of a full and...read more
That headline may read like a silly question to you… if you’re someone who’s fortunate enough to never have experienced stress or anxiety (I don’t think many people will fall into that category). In recent times, what I’ve become more interested in is this question:...read more
To mark the fourth annual World Eating Disorders Action Day on June 2, this story is the first in a series on the 2019 theme, “Eating Disorders: We Can’t Afford to Wait”. We’ve been waiting for a long time. Anorexia Nervosa was first formally described by Sir...read more