Moira mum aims to empower local women

A new female empowerment initiative has been launched to help encourage, support and inspire ladies across Northern Ireland in their personal development - and membership is free until Friday December 31, 2021.

Wednesday, 10th March 2021, 3:02 pm
Karina Todd. Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye

Fempower, has been founded by Karina Todd, a mother of four from Moira, who is a Certified Women’s Empowerment Coach and a Chartered Accountant, and offers local women access to coaching and training in all areas of personal development; online courses, seminars and workshops; weekly webinars; a community forum; exciting live events; personal coaching sessions and bespoke corporate training programmes.

Karina Todd, Founder of Fempower said: “I truly believe that it’s time for women throughout Northern Ireland to take a break from being all things to all people. Time to stop feeling like you’re constantly running around in circles and time to think about being the best version of you.

“Fempower will offer lots of information, inspiration and motivation to help women start their own journey of personal development. And with recent reports finding that inequality problems have been made worse for many women during the pandemic, there has never been a more important time for women to realise their own strength, value and true potential.”

Fempower will also host online Power Hour events on the last Thursday of every month covering a range of female related topics to motivate and inspire.

Karina will be joined in conversation each month by a different female mentor who will share her story and experience starting with personal development coach Annette Kelly of Little Penny Thoughts on April 29; one of Northern Ireland’s leading lifestyle bloggers and digital consultants, Anna Corry of Blossomingbirds on May 27; Aimee Oliver of Bodyfit Mums on Thursday June 24; Lorraine Boyce of Down Below Physio on July 29, and Registered General Nurse and founder of Vermilion Cosmetic Clinic, Donnamarie McGrillien, on August 26.

Karina continued: “It is my vision that Fempower will help support and inspire women of all ages and stages of life and will be a place we can come together to learn, connect and grow.

“Whether you’re busy balancing work and life; juggling a career and family life; a stay-at-home mum or you just want to connect with other like-minded women – I promise that Fempower offers something to help every female across Northern Ireland.

“And remember, you won’t be alone, I will be here to guide you every step of the way and you’ll be supported by my experienced team and the other amazing women in this powerful community.”

To find out more, or to avail of the free membership, go to www.myfempower.com.