Tabby Biddle, M.S. Ed., is a celebrated women’s leadership coach and well-known voice speaking out for the human rights and empowerment of women and girls around the world. She is the founder of the Goddess Leadership Program, a program for women healers, artists, visionaries and spiritual entrepreneurs to develop their platform for political change.
A two-time recipient of a United Nations Foundation press fellowship to advance the conversation around the human rights of women and girls, Tabby’s articles and blogs have been featured by numerous media outlets including The Huffington Post, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, UN Dispatch, NPR, Current TV, BlogHer and MariaShriver.com. As a passionate advocate for women’s leadership, Tabby has spoken at numerous events to empower the voices of women and girls, including The Feminine Light in the Middle East Conference, Global Girl Media Academy, and the WriteGirl Journalism Conference.
Tabby is the co-director of the Los Angeles Goddess Collective, a community of women leaders and emerging leaders at the intersection of feminine spirituality, creative expression and socio-political change. She received her Masters in Education from Bank Street College in New York City and her undergraduate degree in Political Science from Colby College. She lives in Santa Monica, CA with her husband, toddler boy and kitten.