“The future of every community lies in capturing the passion, imagination, and resources of its people.” - Ernesto Sirolli

Joining a vibrant community can do wonders for your career, and this holds even more significance for women. Why? Because these networks provide an invaluable source of support and guidance to overcome the unique challenges that women face - and ultimately help more women find their voices and personal brand.

Discover how our Executive Search – Board Director, Laura Walters, has found a supportive network by joining The Passion and Purpose photo club.

Executive Search – Board Director, Laura Walters 

(Photographed at The Passion and Purpose club)


Flourish as a collective

The benefits of being part of this community of women goes far deeper than just the photographs. This community provides a sense of belonging, fostering connections, offering opportunities for mentorship and collaboration and most importantly friendship. This group is both diverse and inclusive and within such a community, it can lead to both significant personal and professional growth. You flourish as both an individual and, as a collective. 

Championing Women

Women supporting women is a powerful concept that fosters unity and empowerment. When we come together as a collective force, we create an environment where everyone's voices are heard and respected. We lift each other up by celebrating achievements, providing guidance in challenging times, and advocating for equal opportunities. By actively participating in communities that champion women's support, we can break down barriers, challenge stereotypes, and pave the way for future generations of female leaders. Together, we can create a ripple effect of change that extends beyond our immediate circles.

The Passion & Purpose Photo Club is a unique opportunity for professional women to showcase their personal brand, connect with others, and be part of a supportive community of like-minded women. With clubs in Cheshire, Manchester, Leeds and London, there is flexibility and also a sense of adventure where you can discover new spaces in an environment where you are welcomed and can feel part of a wider community.


A Note from Karen:

"For the women within the community, I want their stories to be heard outside of the group, that’s a big thing for me that their voices are heard externally in order to inspire other women. Not to join the community, although clearly that would be welcomed, but to have an impact on women that aren’t following their passion and purpose at the moment to see women that are and how they’ve done it, and how that can come from all different circumstances and all manner of backgrounds, so that is really key for me moving forward.

My 'why' ultimately is to help more women’s voices and talents to be visible, and I think that means a lot of things. It can mean visibility for groups of women that traditionally haven’t had their voices heard all the way through to working with women that are following their passion through work, and want to share more of that with the world. That greater visibility comes both from challenging the status quo that has traditionally silenced women but also from ourselves and how we can block it from happening. Visibility doesn’t always come very naturally to us, particularly as women because I think sometimes we can put other people first, or we can feel like we’re showing off, so ultimately my why is wrapped up in that. Helping more women to be heard and seen." 


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