Becca Stevens | Founder & President of Thistle Farms and the Center for Contemplative Justice

Becca Stevens

Founder & President of Thistle Farms and the Center for Contemplative Justice

Becca Stevens

Becca Stevens is a nonprofit leader, entrepreneur, priest, survivor, and founder and President of Thistle Farms. She has founded 13 nonprofits and justice enterprises, mentored another 60, and has raised over $75 million to support them. Becca has authored 12 books and sold over 300,000 copies. She has served as chaplain at St. Augustine's Chapel on Vanderbilt's campus for almost 30 years. Becca has been featured on PBS NewsHour, The Today Show, CNN, ABC World News, named a CNN Hero, and White House Champion of Change, and holds five honorary doctorates. Drawn from 25 years of leadership in mission-driven work, Becca leads important conversations across the country with an inspiring message that love is the strongest force for change in the world. 

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The ripple effect
ensuring community impact

The ripple effect: Impacting community through love in action
For corporations wanting to inspire their company employees to join together and give back to their communities. Becca will talk about cooperation, having a proper perspective, and the power of community. She will use Thistle Farms, the largest justice enterprise run by survivors of trafficking and addictionshe founded 20 years ago, as her example.

Growing and sustaining leadership

Growing and sustaining leadership
For corporations and conventions to inspire and challenge business leadership models. We can’t think outside the box if we never step outside that box. Becca will offer a vision of inspire leadership based on love and boldness.

How love heals. Daily practices to inspire leaders and community

How love heals: Daily practices to inspire leaders and community
For church gathering and community organizations. This talk will inspire participants with practical ways to live into our hope to heal ourselves, our community and the world.

How women fish
helping survivors become economically sustainable

“And Justice for all” Helping survivors become economically sustainable
In this inspiring, humorous, and challenging keynote, Stevens will talk about starting and sustaining justice enterprises around the world. She will talk about her work with genocide survivors, refugees, and the economics of healing for women. Stevens has learned that women can flee war, but not the violence and vulnerability of poverty. In this keynote se can inspire the listeners to get involved and make a difference. People will get a hands on experience of sustainability created tea, oils, and welcome mats.

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