Rebecca Day


Human Potential, Activism, Millennial


Core Community, Costa Rica


I am an international consultant working to create a powerful shift in the way we live and work – to create a sustainable world where people are fully self expressed and fulfilled in everything they do.



Rebecca has over a decade of experience in both traditional consulting and developing alternative social systems. She has worked with global leaders and grassroots initiatives for positive change. She lives and leads from the feminine principle that values all life. As a millennial, her commitment is to transform old systems and initiate new thinking and approaches has enabled her to develop experience working with organisations in leadership development and transformational programmes.

Rebecca takes up her role to contribute to building a future that serves generations to come. Rebecca is a qualified yoga teacher with a BA(Hons) Business Studies and MSc International Development. Coupled with her personal journey venturing into the fields of spirituality, psychology, and deep feminine wisdom, she brings a unique combination of academia and philosophy to her work.

Rebecca straddles the world’s spirituality and traditional business, leading workshops in conscious communities and corporate boardrooms around the world. Rebecca is committed to honouring the deep feminine wisdom and bringing Feminine Intelligence into all areas of life. She is a founding member of FemmeQ and has helped co-create each international summit to date.


Education and Qualifications

2009 – MSc International Development, University of Bath, U.K. Subjects included Politics and Governance, Sociology, Economics of Development, Conflict and Humanitarian Relief, Research Skills and a Regional Specialization on Latin America. My dissertation was on the relevance of a particular wellbeing framework to working with street children in Brazil.

2008 – BA (Hons) Business Studies, University of Plymouth, U.K. This included a 1 year industrial work placement.

2016 Level 1 Equine Guided Education, Skyhorse Casari Ranch, California
2015 Accredited InnerAction workshop facilitator, Rising Women, Rising World
2013 Graduated Yoga Teacher Training – Vinyasa Flow, Yoga London


Volunteer Experience / Personal Development

2015 Facilitator Training, Rising Women, Rising World
Completing the facilitator training with Rising Women, Rising World was a truly transformational experience. Much more than a training, it was an opportunity for deep inner work and a new pathway to “creating a world that works for all”.

2010 – 2015, Ujamaa Children’s Trust, UK
Founding member and trustee of Ujamaa Children’s Trust. We established the trust to provide support and funds to Ujamaa Children’s Home in Arusha, Tanzania. We supported the children’s home on a monthly basis through funds raised in the UK as well as with specialized events and activities throughout the year.

2008 Future Happiness Girls Orphanage, Tanzania
I sent 2 months working with Future Happiness Orphanage in Arusha, Tanzania. My role was to provide whatever support was needed in the home and included playing teaching the girls, playing with them, looking after them supporting the home overall

2006 Curriculum for Living, Landmark Education, UK
I first completed the Landmark Forum for young people in Australia in 1992 however in 2006 I reviewed the programme and went on to complete the Advanced Course and Self Expression and Leadership Program (SELP)

1994 – 2002 The Hunger Project, Australia
Throughout my upbringing in Australia, I was involved with the international NGO The Hunger Project. My support ranged from logistical to fundraising.

1995 1 month travelling through India
Spending 1 month travelling through India at such a young age was pivotal in shaping who I am today. Through opening my eyes to all of life’s challenges, I became passionate about making a difference and contributing to creating a new future for our world.


Diploma: Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training

Honor & Award: Value and Excellence in Consulting: Human Capital category: 2014 and 2013