Cultivate Her

Cultive logo final

I’m excited to announce that one week from today I’m launching something that has been on my heart for years.

I’ve shared with you before that I feel like God has called and gifted me to lead leaders, however I feel that he’s also given me a responsibility to specifically encourage, support and empower other women leaders.  Honestly, I’ve battled that second part for some time now.  Pridefully I’ve wanted to be known as a great leader, not just a great female leader… so much so that I’ve been reluctant to niche myself specifically to females in leadership.

After continually battling this with God and then getting a swift kick in the pants from my sister who said “just do it already!”, I’m launching Cultivate Her.

Cultivate Her is a leadership environment where women are inspired, challenged and encouraged in their leadership growth.  No matter what your leadership influence looks like, your gifts will be cultivated to encourage you to embrace our motto “wherever you lead, lead well”!

Cultivate Her will be a monthly gathering in Nashville.  Our first event is:

Friday, September 11th

7:00-8:30 AM

The Cafe at Cross Point

If you are interested in joining us, you can RSVP HERE!

I need to say a BIG THANKS in advance to the Cultivate Her planning team that has toiled with me for months over this event.  Lindsey, Ashley, Hilda, Trisha, Sarah, Eve & Kat – I love you guys and am blessed to lead beside you!

**Logo design by TexaSUS Design.  Go check out her work – she’s amazing!

PS – The Cultivate Her website is still under construction.  I’ll be sure to let you know when it’s officially launched.

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  • Linnae Hoppe September 4, 2009  

    woohoo! i can’t wait to hear about it!

  • Brad Ruggles September 4, 2009  

    That’s awesome Jenni! Congrats on stepping out and pursuing the dream that God has given you. I know there are going to be tons of women who benefit from your leadership experience.

  • Anita September 4, 2009  

    Jenni thank you so much for doing this; I am excited!

  • lisa September 4, 2009  

    So excited and very much looking forward to seeing what God is up to ! Thinking it is going to be pretty amazing 🙂

  • Janice September 4, 2009  

    Congratulations, Jenni! Only wish I was close enough to participate. You will be a phenomenal “cultivator.”

  • Anita September 4, 2009  

    Hey Jenni, the RSVP link doesn’t go to the CH invitation.

  • brunettekoala September 4, 2009  

    awesome! feel like making a Scottish branch?

  • Jenni Catron September 4, 2009  

    @Anita – I was editing the evite page for a minute so I might have messed it up. You can try it again or just let me know and I’ll make sure I’ve got you on the list.

    Thank you all for your kind comments!

    @brunettekoala – I’d be happy to find a reason to come to Scottland 🙂

  • Jennifer Griffin September 4, 2009  

    How fantastic! I hope you will enlighten a few of us miles away through your blog! Blessings and prayers for success!

  • paulaswift September 4, 2009  

    Really looking forward to connecting with other innovative women!

  • Lindsey Nobles September 4, 2009  

    Looking forward to it.

  • Rachel September 4, 2009  

    So proud of you, JC, for stepping out in faith. I know you will do a great job of leading this as well as finding answers in the most unlikely places. Will pray for open doors and big enough windows to jump out of if necessary. 🙂

  • Harold September 4, 2009  

    Go where God leads Jenni. I’m proud of you.

  • Jessica Turner September 4, 2009  

    Girl, I will be there next time. Matthew is out of town that day, so I will have the baby. Excited about this!

  • Marcia Ramirez September 4, 2009  

    You GO Jenni!! What an awesome idea!

  • holly September 4, 2009  

    Way to Go!!! Good luck!

  • Heidi September 4, 2009  

    If you take it on the road… There’s a place waiting for you in San Diego.

    I wish I could be there!!!

    Praying for you and all your preparation and all your openess in God fulfilling you and the other in this.

  • Jenni Catron September 4, 2009  

    @Heidi – don’t temp me with San Diego!! 🙂

    @Jessica Turner – I can’t wait for you to be a part!

  • Jenn September 4, 2009  

    This is a great thing you are doing. I often think that without you (and Eve) I would have felt powerless and without a voice while I had to opportunity to lead. Your steady presence and encouragement were priceless to me not just as a leader but as a woman seeing to honor God. The women in this group will no doubt walk away feeling the same way!

  • brunettekoala September 4, 2009  

    bring your raincoat and wellies (and bible…though we do have plenty here) 🙂

  • susan September 4, 2009  

    while i realize the importance of being face-to-face for things such as this, all i have to say is: too bad that this is only in nashville.

  • Jenni Catron September 5, 2009  

    @Jenn – thanks for your encouragement. It’s too far that early for you to come, huh? We’re looking at other time options for the future if it grows.

    @Susan – we’re considering webcasting for the future depending on involvement and interest. I’ll keep you posted through the blog!

  • Pam Case September 5, 2009  

    Been praying for this event, for you, the planning team, those who will attend and those yet to join in. Glad to be part.

  • Jessica September 6, 2009  

    Im so proud of you and I know God is going to use you in so many ways with this. I love you and I am also soooo happy I get to be apart of the team to help make this happen. I will be with you in spirit on Friday and I will be at you side for the next million 🙂

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  • Michael Bayne September 7, 2009  

    this is GREAT, good job

  • Marla Saunders September 10, 2009  

    I’ll be remembering to pray over your launch tomorrow! How exciting for you, Jenni. And yes, do consider mogulus or something to multiply your reach! And dog gone it, I’m going to plan my next visit to Nashville around one of your events!

    You are kind of convicting me with the “pridefully, I wanted to be known as just a great leader” not necessarily a leader of women. I am right there in that pit with you. I’m not even sure I want to get out of that pit. I, too, feel myself resisting “women’s” events etc. because….well just because. I gotta wonder what I’ve turned my back on because of that? Or is it “just the way God made me?”