Share, Discover, Take Action
Share, Discover, Take Action
We have the power to transform our lives and communities, story by story.
Join Women For One, alongside other changemakers, at one of our signature Truthteller Tours. A Truthteller Tour is an empowering event—customized for you and your community—in which women share and support one another’s stories: stories of triumph, devastating loss, and everything in between. Through sharing, we find common ground, hope, meaning, and ultimately, inspiration toward action.
Join us for three days of empowering experiences featuring a stellar line-up of female visionaries.
Evening event from 6-9pm at The Collective 400 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
Dive into your perfectly imperfect self and fall deeply in love with her at Women For One’s inaugural retreat.
Step up, speak out, and shine alongside a courageous sisterhood of brave Truthtellers.
Join us at this special weekend workshop at the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health—along with other courageous women who are ready to embrace their stories and uplift our voices!
Sharing Love with Wf1
“It was the opportunity of a lifetime to share my story live. People still come up to me on the street to say my words made a difference to them. Kelly McNelis and Women For One held a safe, beautiful space and hosted a kickass evening with inspirational women. I firmly believe that storytelling is the way forwards to create a powerful new story for women everywhere.”
“I was honored to be a panelist in Kelly’s inaugural Truthteller Tour in my hometown of Boulder, CO. The entire evening was professional, intimate, edgy, and real—thanks to the authenticity and enthusiasm of everyone involved, especially Kelly. I know that these gatherings will continue to heal and inspire so many!”
“The Truthteller Tour is one of those surprise events that you attend for one reason and you leave realizing that you needed it for so many other reasons! I was lucky to be one of the inaugural Truthteller speakers, and I took it to heart. I shared my truth about my long history with alcohol and the grip it held on me for decades. It was difficult and emotional to go public with something so private. But I can tell you this: Once you release a truth that has held you back for a long time, the result is nothing short of liberating.”
“It’s so rare in our society that we are encouraged to show up and share our stories in all our authentic glory. Kelly and the Women For One team have made this possible via the Truthteller Tour, cultivating safe events to inspire and be inspired. Speaking our truth can be so difficult, and I celebrate those who make it easier for people.”
“This was such an amazing event, Kelly. I am so humbled to have been a part of it. Thank you for what you’re creating and sharing in the world. You are literally changing it.”
“Being a Truthteller on stage was an incredible experience for me. I expected to feel emotional while I was reading my story, but what I wasn’t expecting was the incredible connectedness I felt with every woman in that room. It was more than support; it was like we were all sharing the same story together. The entire experience was not just cathartic; it was transformative and almost mystical. I highly recommend this for all women! Tell your stories—it will change not just you but the world around you, too.”
“Finally speaking my truth was an amazing experience. I’ve never shared the story of my abusive boyfriend in public. I didn’t realize how emotional it would be to actually stand up and tell the story. To be in such a supportive setting and to be able to use my situation to inspire others was truly life-changing. I finally realize that what happened to me empowered me to be stronger and can empower other women to be stronger and happier in their relationships.”
“My experience during the Truthteller Tour was simply amazing. Just to feel a part of a movement that pulls women together to feast off life experiences, allowing you to see that you’re not alone, gave me a boost. I’ve never been the type to share my experiences publicly, but releasing my story took a load off. I’m forever grateful to Women For One!”