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Kate Wallace Nunneley: Women in Leadership

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Kate Wallace Nunnely is the Co-Founder of the Junia Project which is intentional about helping female pastors and spiritual leaders live out their callings. She holds a Master of Science from London School of Economics and a Bachelor of Arts from Azusa Pacific University. She is currently pursuing her Master of Divinity at Azusa Pacific University.

She is also a sought-after speaker, speaking at conferences, churches and universities. She speaks on topics related to the the intersection of politics, religion, and gender,


3 Big Takeaways:

  1. We all need community to speak life and truth to us.
  2. Yes, women bear the image of God.
  3. Female achievers feel they have to be perfect in everything – home, work and life. The problem is that their standard is unrealistic.

Some questions I ask:

  • What’s it like to in your shoes as a women in leadership? (8:50)
  • How can women rise above the “Imposter Syndrome”? (20:32)


Sneak Peak of More:

  • The Story Behind the Junia Project (3:58)
  • Intricate Traits and Gifts that Women Bring to Leadership (17:18)
  • Struggles of Female Achievers (23:32)
  • Overwhelm, Guild and Womanhood (31:05)


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