Supporting the emergence of leaders through Earth wisdom.
Monthly Fire Circle
This very special Fire Circle series is about an Elder with a profound power of bridging Indigenous and western cultures, and a young professional who is learning to weave them together to address systemic global issues.
We’re inviting a small cohort of members from the Fire Circle community for an extended journey of connecting to and working with the wisdom of Earth through business. Over two months, the cohort will have the opportunity to connect with fellow ‘purpose-driven pilgrims and rediscover their inner wisdom while starting up a regenerative business or project. Our next intake starts in the first quarter of 2022, join our waiting list by signing up for our community newsletter if you wish to be the first to find out more.
Elder N’arweet Dr Carolyn Briggs AM is a Boonwurrung Yaluk-ut Weelam Elder from Melbourne, Australia. She is a prolific and respected leader with a unique ability to combine traditional knowledge with contemporary storytelling technology, which is expressed through her PhD and work with augmented reality. Her career has harnessed the diverse fields of public art, academia, advocacy, tourism and business in an effort to build a rich platform that raises the profile of Melbourne’s First Peoples. In Matt’s words … “N’arweet is incredibly inspiring in her ability to work with such a diverse range of people across the community, at every opportunity honouring the living legacy of her ancestors.” N’arweet Carolyn supports the Kummargii Yulendji / Rising Knowledge Project which combines is a […]
Lorna lives in the big smoke of New York. Her ancestors are from England and Ireland and she grew up on the land of the Zulu people in South Africa. In the words of Shruthi and Matt … “Some know Lorna as the Global B Corp Ambassador or the former CEO of Danone North America, but we see her a little differently. We see Lorna as a pilgrim walking along a path of transformation, a rare business leader who is willing to question her patterns of thought.
We acknowledge our Mother Earth and the daily services that her ecosystems provide us. We acknowledge the First Nations people of the lands and waterways from where we gather as well as their Elders past, present & emerging. We acknowledge the many paths of migration and wisdom traditions that enrich our global community through culture, trade and stories.