Nina Simons is the co-founder of Bioneers.org and its Chief Relationship Strategist. She translates her own learning to help shed self-limiting patterns, advocate for racial and gender equity and reframe leadership to integrate all our ways of knowing.
Her latest book, Nature, Culture & The Sacred: A Woman Listens for Leadership, launches this June, with discussion guides and embodied practices, after an earlier edition won Nautilus Awards in the categories of women and justice. Previously, she co-edited Moonrise: The Power of Women Leading from the Heart.
Nina is passionate about women’s full-spectrum leadership, Indigenous wisdom, decolonizing our minds and hearts, and co-creating a healthy, peaceful, and equitable world for all of life. Professionally, her experience spans the nonprofit, social entrepreneurship and corporate worlds. She speaks and teaches internationally at schools, conferences, and festivals, and co-facilitates immersive workshops for women that share practices for regenerative leadership through a synthesis of experiential learning and relational mindfulness.
In 2017, Nina received the Goi Peace Award, that honors individuals who have made outstanding contributions toward the realization of a peaceful and harmonious world. Past honorees include Bill Gates, James Lovelock, and Deepak Chopra.
Nina Simons, co-founder of Bioneers, is a social entrepreneur, author, philanthropic advisor, and activist. Her purposes include regenerative leadership, women’s leadership, indigenous wisdom and social practices, anti-racism, and healing relationships with ourselves, each other and the earth. Her book, Nature, Culture and the Sacred: A Woman Listens for Leadership, won two Nautilus awards.