Elisa Parker

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Elisa Parker

Elisa Parker
Co-Founder, Talk Radio Host & Activist for Women
See Jane Do & Indivisible Women

Elisa Parker, media maven, speaker and a visionary for women and social justice is the co-founder, president & host of the award winning program, See Jane Do, co-founder of Indivisible Women and Leadership Ambassador with Take the Lead Women. Elisa’s work takes her around the world to discover and share the extraordinary stories & solutions in each of us. She hosts her weekly show for nationally acclaimed radio station KVMR & is the co-founder & director of the Passion into Action™ Women’s Conference, TEDxGrassValley, Raising Jane and the See Jane Do Media Lounge. Elisa reaches thousands through partnership with other like-minded organizations and develops organizational-wide initiatives, communications strategies for events & digital media campaigns that support women’s leadership & gender equity. She designs, creates and facilitates training programs in hi-tech, media, healthcare & non-profit organizations to optimize performance outcomes. She is an alumna of the Women’s Media Center Progressive Women’s Voices program, Take the Lead Women & The White House Project’s Go Run program. Elisa holds a BA in Communications from San Francisco State and a MA in Organization Development & Leadership at University of San Francisco. Elisa lives in the Sierra Foothills with her husband and two daughters. "We have the power to create a new paradigm that serves our greatest gifts and talents. The first step is to define it, ask for it and then go for it. Ultimately, no one has the power to define your worth when you recognize that in your very core you have purpose and you matter. If you don’t recognize that, you’re giving your power away. It’s vital that each individual recognizes that they play an essential role in leading systematic change.” ~Elisa Parker

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