The Butterfly Effect is a worldwide water woman movement that brings women together in a non-competitive gathering celebrating community and love of the ocean, while instilling confidence in women of all ages and skill sets.
The Butterfly Effect brings women together for non-competitive water sport gatherings in coastal cities all over the world. The aim is to instill self-confidence and a love for the ocean in women of all skill levels by providing one-day downwind events, ocean sport holiday trips, and/or ocean sport clinic trips. The Butterfly Effect also aims to work with the local community by providing requested necessities, volunteer work and other community services. This movement helps empower and give confidence to women and communities worldwide resulting in fun, camaraderie and unity.
The Butterfly Effect began in Hawaii in 2007 by water girl Tatiana Howard. With friends that shared the same vision, The Butterfly Effect began to take flight. Collaborating with like-minded water women and international friends, the small idea has turned into a worldwide movement of promoting women in sports, health, dreams, visions, and environmental awareness.