Circles are the heart of Gather the Women. Circles have the power to transform the world—woman by woman, circle by circle! A circle is a gathering in the form of actually sitting in a circle and following general guidelines that facilitate authentic conversation. The circle form is nonhierarchical—everyone’s input holds equal importance. It fosters listening to and learning from every participant.
Contact a Regional Coordinator about GTW circles and events in your area.
Start a GTW Circle or Gathering!
Gather the Women is a global community of diverse women transforming distances, differences, and isolation into opportunities for collaboration and leadership. We invite each of you to take the next step in activating the incredible power of women’s wisdom.
- Contact your GTW Regional Coordinator (RC). She will provide you with information and support.
- If you don’t find an RC in your area, we invite you to become one!
It’s an exciting, life-changing leadership opportunity.
To find out more, contact our Regional Coordinator Convener
Mary Cunningham or click here What’s Involved?
- Download our “Basic Guidelines for Calling a Circle” to help get you started.
Creating a circle simply involves bringing a group of women together to start an ongoing conversation, and committing to set aside time and a space for the circle on a regular basis. In a circle, leadership is rotated and the circle decides as a group the direction it wishes to go. Circles can involve a meaningful movie and discussion, book studies, movement, meditation, crafting, and so on. Tools to Get Started