At FRIDA we continually reflect on what feminist leadership means and looks like in practice. We consider questions around what it means for leadership to be responsive to the needs of a changing organization, while simultaneously building into the future from the wisdom of our experiences.
This year, as FRIDA turns thirteen, and we reflect on our growth and what it has meant for the ways in which FRIDA carries out its vision, we are entering a period of deep reflection and planning. As part of this intentional moment of pause and transformation, Co-Executive Directors Majandra and Anahita have made the decision to begin their transition out of FRIDA.
During this moment of deep reflection we remember that change and innovation are intimately woven into how we think about, and practice, our feminist values. It is these very values that allow FRIDA to remain responsive and adaptive, as we welcome in new voices and perspectives, while staying true to our core identity and politics.
Thank you [friend] for taking this journey with us. We are excited to explore processes of young feminist transition centering collective wellbeing and support, and are grateful for the support of the entire FRIDA team as we navigate this step in our collective journey with confidence, solidarity and joy.
Stick with us and watch this space for all the exciting things to come!
All of us at FRIDA