"Yes, we are different in many ways, but under it all we're deeply connected." - Brene Brown
You Belong Here Foundation is leading a movement of inclusive sisterhood for immigrant professional women and their allies through positive stories, trainings, and community.
We believe all people, including immigrant women, deserve to thrive and embrace a wholistic American Dream. We are bringing together immigrant women professionals to deepen their community engagement, and get their voices heard on TV, in print, and social media.
Today, a growing number of immigrant women are searching for a more meaningful and fulfilling life. We are building a community for their lights to shine, their stories to be told, and their strengths to be leveraged exponentially.
You Belong Here Foundation is tending to the soul of this new community of immigrant women. Who belongs here ... Immigrant Women
Feeling like outsiders at meetings because of your accent, skin color, education, class, race or ethnicity
Sharing a deep hunger to making a difference in the world but not sure where to start
Yearning for something more - more life clarity, more significance, more meaningful work or second act
Searching for a diverse tribe of women who accept you for who you are and celebrate each other's differences
You are NOT alone. You have found a new community -- You Belong Here Foundation.
You Belong Here TV show - episode #1, episode #2
Leadership development workshops:
"5 Steps to Positively Impact Where You Live, Work and Play"
"Your Stories Matter - How to Discover Yours and Speak Up"
"Community Leadership 101"
"Networking for Immigrants"
"Reinventing Yourself in America"
Belonging Book Club
*********** Please go to our consulting site if you are an organization looking to increase leadership diversity. Or if you are hiring a consultant to facilitate heart-centered mindful team building retreats. ***********
Your support is greatly appreciated. Please mail checks made out to "SocialGood" at: SocialGood PO Box 5473 Richmond, CA 94805
You Belong Here Foundation is fiscally sponsored by Social Good Fund, a tax-deductible 501c3 nonprofit .