The health and safety of the general public and all attendees, volunteers, and speakers of Ignited Women Summit is our highest priority. We are monitoring and following guidelines put in place for safe practices for this event and reference to regulations we’ll be following established by the CDC and Washington State.
We also acknowledge that information is updated and changes regularly. We will continue to monitor what is best for the health and safety of everyone involved.
Please also know we are working with the event space to follow their COVID-19 health and safety guidelines outlined HERE.
We will be requiring all attendees to be fully vaccinated and present their vaccination card or proof of vaccination at the event.
We plan at keeping capacity at a certain limit to minimize putting too many people in the event space. We do not plan on strict social distancing rules during the event.
*We will have buttons that indicate your comfort level of simply Waving, Hand Shake, or Hug.
Friday, November 11, 2022 from 7:00pm - 9:00pm at The Kollective: 200 Academy Dr, Austin, TX 78704
Saturday, November 12, 2022 from 9:00am – 4:00pm at The Kollective: 200 Academy Dr, Austin, TX 78704
Sunday, November 13, 2022 from 9:00am - 2:30pm at The Kollective: 200 Academy Dr, Austin, TX 78704
200 Academy Dr, Austin, TX 78704
The Kollective is located in Austin’s downtown South Congress neighborhood.
Please see Venue details.
There will be free parking in the lot outside Kollective.
Ignited Leadership Summit Anti-Racism + Diversity, Equity & Inclusion policy:
We affirm that racial equity and justice – an understanding and acknowledgment of historical and ongoing racial inequities and a commitment to actions challenging those inequities – are core to Ignited Leadership Summit vision of a just society where we aim to elevate the health, fitness, and wellness profession and make it more inclusive for everybody and every body.
We recognize that barriers to services exist for members of diverse communities, particularly for equity seeking groups, and we are committed to acting as a positive force in eliminating these barriers. Racism is best understood when acknowledging the context of power, oppression and privilege.
To achieve this, Ignited Leadership Summit will:
- ensure that diverse communities have equitable access to the event, and
- be non discriminatory and promote the goals of anti racism, access and equity; and
- take reasonable steps to ensure our event, speakers, and decision making reflect the community it serves.
We also recognize the benefits many gain from white privilege. We commit to pushing people who happen to be white to take critical responsibility for and participate in dismantling this oppressive structure.
As an event that is committed to proactive LGBTQIA inclusive messages and actions, we recognize the similar need for us to make our commitment to racial equity and justice clear and explicit.
We commit to embed a racial equity and justice lens into Ignited Leadership Summit, communications, and event program content.
We recognize that our commitment to inclusion, equity, and justice requires ongoing reflection, action, and adaptation. As we encounter new perspectives and gain new insights, we expect that this “living” statement will evolve accordingly.
Ignited Leadership Summit prohibits discrimination or harassment and protects the right to be free from hate activity based on age, ancestry, citizenship, creed (religion), color, disability, ethnic origin, family status, gender identity, level of literacy, marital status, place of origin, political affiliation, race, sex, sexual orientation or any other personal characteristic by or within the organization.
1 For the purposes of this policy, equity-seeking groups include Aboriginal/First Nations people, women, people with disabilities, racial minorities, the socio-economically disadvantaged, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered persons.
Anti-racism: a set of practices and systems designed to eliminate racism. Racism includes racist ideologies, prejudiced attitudes, discriminatory behaviors, structural arrangements and institutionalized practices resulting in racial inequality as well as the fallacious notion that discriminatory relations between groups are morally and scientifically justifiable.
Access: the ability of or extents to which communities or residents can attain needed services and achieve full participation in the planning, development, administration and delivery of those services. Access includes client access and organizational access.
Equity: practices designed to remove systemic barriers to equality of outcome by identifying and eliminating discriminatory policies and practices.
Discrimination: the act of treating a person unequally by imposing unequal burdens or denying benefits, rather than treating a person fairly on the basis of individual merit. Discrimination is usually based upon personal prejudices and stereotypical assumptions related to at least one of the grounds set out in this Policy. It is not necessary to have an intent to discriminate under the Code. Workplace rules, policies, procedures, requirements, qualifications or factors may not be directly or intentionally discriminatory but may nonetheless have an adverse effect. This may create barriers to achievement and opportunity.
Harassment: a course of conduct of comments or actions that are unwelcome or should be known to be unwelcome. A person has the right to be free of humiliating or annoying behavior that is based on one or more grounds in the Code.
Accessibility to this event is very important. If this ticket price is not financial feasible for you at this time, please contact us here and we will work with you.
Ignited Leadership Summit Early Bird Rate – Ends June 30 - $497 + tax and service charge
Ignited Leadership Summit Rate – $697 + tax and service charge