In today’s episode of Entelechy Leadership Stories, Mark and Kirstin speak with Wanona Satcher, Founder & CEO of Mākhers Studio, a female-owned green manufacturer and design firm.
She has been featured in INC Magazine, a semi-finalist in US Venture SheEO, and has won awards and noted in social impact groups.
Wanona Satcher shares with us her extraordinary vision and commitment to design and build "prosilient" communities that are green, affordable, and citizen-led -- and supported by responsible and strategic investment. They transcend the old political dominions to ensure a high quality of living for everyone.
Wanona comes from a dynamic lineage of women that she says helped form and shape her life of empathy, service, and action. Her grandmother worked along side great leaders such as Andrew Young, Martin Luther King, and other civil rights leaders who have informed and shaped Wanona’s mission and vision.
A few core tenants that are anchors Wanona shared:
· Prosilient communities = proactive (vs reactive) + resilient
· Creating spaces of inclusivity and diversity
· Honoring the land
· Democratize access, everyone participates in the design of a community
· Intergenerational wealth for all
· Empath and service
· Community and collective
· Inclusive, cooperative, and holistic vs. extractive, exploitive and destructive
If you would like to connect with Wanona Satcher, you can find her at:
You can also continue the conversation with Kirstin during her Soul Tea Friday at 12 noon Eastern Time. Free sign-up at www.pureentelechy.com/classes