For me, our fifth year marks the beginning of a new chapter for us: The Women’s Bakery 2.0.
Here’s to the continued eating, dancing, laughing, sharing of stories, and to all of team TWB!
am so pleased to financially support The Women’s Bakery - which promotes health and happiness, and real hope, in these troubled times.
In times of change we reflect on the past and plan for the future. Making sense of what we have been through is important in growing the business.
Culture, what is it? What does it mean? And how does an organization working in multiple countries, like The Women’s Bakery, build a culture that bridges the gap between very different backgrounds, socio-economics statuses, religions, ethnicities, etc.?
I am confident that my colleagues will take what we have built and the lessons we have learned to build better systems and make more sound decisions that will make the business grow bigger and stronger than we ever could have imagined when we started.
We are truly the experts in the nitty gritty. We are the pilots who never lack the investment or zeal to see the manufacturing of this beast through. We bust through barriers on a daily basis as we seek to build around the details that unfold. We adapt, innovate, and lead together
It is not just bread rising in the bakery; it is community and empowerment.