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A variety of teams to create the close entrepreneurial community

Join a team today to find the support you've been searching for

A Support team made of others who understand you

Doyenne Learning Teams are small group, cohort experiences for individuals to form a community of other entrepreneurs who understand what it’s like to be an entrepreneur.

These groups meet with each other for meetups to support their personal growth, development, and not feel “crazy” about their career choices.

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Teams that serve your desires

When an entrepreneur enrolls in the program they can choose any or all of the following types of teams to be apart of

  • Accountability Team - goal setting & target tracking via others who will support, encourage, and rally around you and your goals

  • Peer Mentoring - We all have areas of expertise we can share with others. These teams bring their expertise to share with each other to support their personal and professional growth as leaders of their ventures

  • Gab Sessions - Sometimes all we want is to be around other women who understand what our entrepreneurial lived experience is like. These teams can use their time for book chats, connect with each other on a personal level with no expectations for outcomes, or recreational activities they schedule on their own

  • Deal Flow - These teams are only for those who have completed the Doyenne Investor Accelerator. Team Members meet to discuss startups seeking investment funding from angel and VC investors and, potentially, invest in startups through the program

Program fee

$25/month subscription 

Doyenne Learning Teams are a monthly subscription fee of $25 per month. Participants are enrolled for a minimum of 6 months, at which time they can stay within their current team, apply for a team change, or end their participation.

Criteria to join the program

Doyenne Learning Teams are open to all who identify as a woman and/or non-binary entrepreneurs. The program is best designed for entrepreneurs who have already started their businesses and are working 20-40 hours per week within their venture.  

Participants are asked to attend a minimum of 60% of all scheduled Team meetups. If you are unable to make this commitment based on your team meetup decided upon schedule please contact Doyenne Leadership for alternative Team placement.

kickoff session

A Kickoff meetup will be scheduled for all new team members where Doyenne Leadership will go through the Guidebook and program overview. Teams will also have time within the Kickoff to meet, go through an Ice Breaker activity, select a Team Captain, and set their first meetup date.

Teams will self-schedule their monthly or bi-monthly (twice per month) meetups amongst each other after the Kickoff meetup

Team member roles

Team Captain:  Responsible for communication and scheduling of team meetups and also relaying information and requests to Doyenne Leadership. The person who holds this position will be selected based upon their intake form. There may be co-captains if the Team wishes to have so.

Team Members:  Responsible for attending meetups, being open to conversations, feedback, and being respectful of all. Participants have also agreed to the Doyenne Terms & Services agreement as being part of the program.

A variety of teams to create the close entrepreneurial community

Join a team today to find the support you've been searching for

As a participant of the Learning Team program you agree to the following:

1. As a participant, I understand and agree that I am fully responsible for my physical, mental, and emotional well-being during my time as part of the program. This includes all virtual communication, events, and meetings with other participants.

 2. I understand that all relationships during the program are professional and designed to facilitate the creation/development of my personal, professional or venture’s goals and to develop and carry out a strategy/plan for achieving those goals.

3. I understand that work happens within a life, I will understand when “life happens” for myself and others. I will do my best to communicate with parties to make sure they understand situations as to why changes need to be made. I will also allow for the same grace and patience with others as things within their lives happen as well.

4. I understand that being part of this program is not a substitute for counseling, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, mental health care or substance abuse treatment and I will not use parties within the program as any form of diagnosis, treatment, or therapy.

5. I understand that information will be held as confidential unless I state otherwise, either in writing (email will be accepted), except as required by law.

6. I understand that for the purposes of the promotion of the program, my name and contact information may be shared with others outside of the program, but contents of virtual communication, team meetups or one-on-one meetings will remain confidential.

7. I understand that all information received during the program is not to be used as a substitute for professional advice by legal, medical, financial, business, spiritual or other matters. I understand that all decisions in these areas are exclusively mine and I acknowledge that my decisions and my actions regarding them are my sole responsibility.