FearlesslyGirl is an internationally recognized leadership & empowerment organization dedicated to empowering a generation of young women to be bold, authentic leaders in their lives, schools and communities. It’s a movement of real girls, redefining what is beautiful, valuable and possible. It is our mission to inspire each girl to be curious, ask questions, and be authentic, brave and totally fearless when it comes to understanding who she is, pursuing her dreams, blazing a trail, spreading kindness and making her spectacular mark on the world. We are 100% girl driven and dedicated to creating a global network of young women leaders who are passionate, inspired, and empowered world changers.
Meet Our FEARLESS Founder
Kate Whitfield is a speaker, author, social entrepreneur, and the founder of FearlesslyGIRL.
Kate started her speaking and girls empowerment company while still in high school, and since then, has spoken to over 250,000 teens all across North America, shared her big-sister-style advice on radio and TV shows including CityTV, CTV, and regular appearances on Breakfast Television. Kate is the author of the teen girl handbook, FearlesslyGiRL: Tips, Strategies, Advice & Everything You Need To Know To FEARLESSLY Navigate Girl World!
Kate’s approachable style, sense of humor and passion for inspiring young women has earned her a reputation of being an honest, bold and exciting speaker, and a “real” role model and “big sister” to a whole generation of girls. Kate has quickly established herself as a “go-to” expert on Gen Y, girls leadership, girl world relationships, and anti-bullying, and has recently been selected by Instagram and the Prime Minister’s Office as an #EducationCan Ambassador, advising the Prime Minister on youth and education related issues, and named an “Exemplary Canadian” by Facebook Canada for her work empowering young women.
In The News
Madison Keys Joins FearlesslyGIRL – Forbes, August 24th 2016
FearlesslyGiRL Goes To Parliament Hill – June 1st 2016
Measures Taken To Combat Girls Bullying Girls Online – Toronto Sun, January 3rd 2015
How Canada’s Youth Are Using Social Media To Put An End To Bullying – Global News, November 18th, 2014