Once a Power Chick, Always a Power Chick

Once a Power Chick, Always a Power Chick

March 12, 2021

Five days of highlights down, and a lifetime of uplifting our community to go. Over the last week, we shed a spotlight on a few chosen women in our circle who choose to show up and break barriers every day. From a first responder, to a businesswoman, to an amputee-athlete and more, these women prove to us that we can all thrive in the face of adversity and be a positive role model for generations to come.

Kimberly Marsh, Jamie Campbell, Lisa Bougie, Breezy Bochenek, and Shannon Boxx: you are each a power chick in your own right. Thank you for showing us that working in a male-dominated industry or living with a disability are not barriers to success.

As we continue to celebrate Women’s History Month, it’s our time to support those around us both in our community and beyond. Don’t worry, we got you. Here’s a friendly reminder of two of our current partnerships that you can get stoked on: The Fan Project and EleVen by Venus Williams.

Our partnership with The Fan Project reflects a long-standing initiative to give visibility to women’s sports by amplifying the voices of fans and supporters. You can’t be what you can’t see, and the Fan Project is putting in the work to give female athletes the screen time they deserve. Check out their website to learn more about this initiative! 

Our partnership with EleVen by Venus Williams will continue for the rest of March in the form of a 19 cent #PrivilegeTax on all orders. Opting into this ‘tax’ represents closing the gender-based wage gap in America, and we will donate all proceeds to Girls Inc. in Los Angeles, CA. The fight to achieve gender equality isn’t over, but every move we make is a step in the right direction.

Happy Women’s History Month, team!

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