Emily O. Weltman, M. Ed.
Writer, consultant, researcher, educator, care & flexible work advocate
Emily is a writer, consultant, researcher, educator, care and flexible work advocate. She speaks about neurodivergent leadership, invisible disabilities, building mission-driven businesses, and a “Future of Work'' that is employee led and owned.
As a social entrepreneur and designer, Emily writes and speaks about decolonizing design, the New Economy, Solidarity Economy, Corporate Ethics, Policy and Ethics in Tech, Mutualism, workplace inclusion, and the power in amplifying diverse voices.
She is passionate about design, accessibility, and tech and helping business leaders and researchers deliver compelling ideas by leveling-up visual and content design.
Emily is a dynamic speaker, throwing in personal stories, abbreviations (obvi) and yiddish to keep her speaking relatable. She uses impactful visuals to go along with her narratives. As an Educator and Mentor/manager for 2 decades, she shares a lot about trying to survive corporate America and 9-5 in the patriarchy.
Emily weaves in her personal experiences with stories of her entrepreneurial journey building The Collective, and starting not one but 3 organizations in 3 years.
The Collective ecosystem includes...
Rage 2 Rainbows: Social impact movement and platform combats online harassment and increasing parity and representation in Tech.
FLOWLab: Community supports pre-revenue and underestimated consultants and creators with education, collaborative sessions, and resources to survive the first 5 years in business.
Collective Flow Consulting: Future B-Corp worker-owned cooperative and management consultancy built for and by early-stage startups and solopreneurs. coFLOWco embeds gender and racial justice into every project to increase representation in Tech, Design, and Management Consulting.
Emily and coFLOWco are “Leading with Purpose”…because the patriarchy isn’t going to fix itself.
See a few of her speaking engagements and panels here: