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OUR VISION

At Chutzpanit Consulting, we believe in:

  • Creating a vibrant and engaged community of early and mid-career women working in the Jewish professional field

  • Serving as an incubator for ideas, best practices, and policy interventions for the Jewish professional field 

  • Transforming the landscape of the Jewish professional field

  • Leadership that should be reflective of the diverse nature of the Jewish community

  • Empowering clients towards agency

 

OUR STRATEGY

Our overarching goal of Chutzpanit Consulting is to ensure that clients gain the critical skills, knowledge, confidence, and support to overcome professional and leadership barriers as emerging Jewish women professionals.

♟️  ANALYZE: If this is your first time engaging in intentional discourse around gender equity, welcome to the bright side! An essential goal of our work is to create a thoughtful space for learning and dialogue, as well as offering clear definitions, examples, and resources that address gender inequity, bias, and discrimination.

♟️  ATTACK: Whether it's through our group bootcamp or one-on-one consultation, our goal is for our clients to utilize their newly acquired knowledge -- such as salary negotiation strategies, advocating for flexible work hours, or leveling up in their current roles -- and exercise it in their workplaces.

♟️  CHECKMATE: As our Chutzpanit clients begin to recognize and name aspects of gender inequity in their day-to-day lives, and in turn, apply the strategies learned to confront and address it, we are driving a sea change regarding the way that emerging women professionals are prepared to navigate the Jewish professional field.

 

CHUTZPANIT SUCCESS STORIES

 

“There have been so many times where I’ve witnessed someone saying something sexist, even a friend, and I just didn’t feel comfortable speaking about it. Since I began working with Chutzpanit, I’ve felt more comfortable saying what I mean, speaking up, understanding that what I have to say is valuable and
important.”

Abby