How do I join One Million Women Walking?

Nothing could be easier! Click the button below and you’ll be whisked away to the join 1MWW page. Fill out your member info, pay for your first month’s membership and you’re done. Next month’s membership will be charged to your credit card automatically. You’ll receive a welcome email from me with the link to our closed Facebook group where I lead the movement. You can cancel your membership at any time. Membership is only $1/month. (Yes, you read that correctly!)

I can’t wait to walk with you!


$1 per month, really?

Yes, really. Walking itself is free. I believe the 1MWW membership needs to be in keeping and in alignment with the cost of our fundamental activity, walking, which is free. So $1/month struck me as being truthful and meaningful.

Will you speak at my women's book club?
Will you speak at my women’s church group?
Will you speak at my women’s business group?
Will you speak at my company’s Lunch & Learn?

Yes. Yes. Yes. And yes. Click here to see my SPEAKING topics. Then EMAIL ME for additional information. Thank you!

Do you provide wellness programs to companies?

Yes and no. While I love collaborating with companies to create healthier, happier workplaces, I do not provide corporate wellness programs in the traditional sense. (That’s the no part.)

(Here’s the yes part.) However, I absolutely love to help mompreneurs, female business owners, and solopreneurs incorporate moving more and walking into their existing small company. I assess your company's needs, do a walking audit,  and then develop a customized movement and walking plan tailored to the daily rhythm of your workplace. I combine this assessment with the 1MWW Move More Workshop. I provide this service for small companies only. My definition of small is not the U.S. SBA definition. My definition is 20 employees or less. Please EMAIL ME for additional information.

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What's with the photos on this page?

Thought you'd NEVER ask! That's my soapbox. You know, in case I feel like talking about walking.