The F-ing Tribe Leaders

Your Team Of Unapologetic Feminists

Meet The Women Behind The Snark.

Sara Locke

Sara Locke

Chief Tribe Leader & President, Board of Directors

When I was a child, I watched my mother graduate law school with 3 kids under 13 years old. Then, I watched her unable to secure a job because she had “too many responsibilities at home”. I’ve since watched her open, build and run a formidable practice.

When I was entered the workforce, I spent 60+ hour weeks building a reputation as a rockstar. I also stood by as several lesser experienced, lesser qualified men got promoted over me. I was told not to get emotional about it, like a girl. I left Corporate America because the only way to grow at that point was to do it on my own. So I built my own empire, and I did it like a girl.

I hear women saying they are already equal. I hear women saying feminists are the problem. I hear women refusing to empower others and playing into the competition that society encourages between us. I watched as this put a lesser qualified, lesser experienced, narcissistic and abusive man in the White House.

Screw that. I’m ready for change. And I make no apologies.

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Emma Carole-Paradis

Emma Carole-Paradis

Director of Events & Member, Board of Directors

Wife.  Mother.  Daughter.  Sister.  Mompreneur.  Woman.

I was raised to believe that I could be and do anything by my super strong, and amazing mother. I still do believe that, however –we need to remind society that we are able and we are equal.

Women’s college educated, and a public education advocate, I soon learned that if I wanted to live the life I’ve always dreamed of it was time to go out on my own. With the support of my family, I launched my own business with my mother by my side, and the mission of creating a FEMPIRE. If I didn’t create it, I realized that no one else will, so I’m dedicated to building a FEMPIRE for my family, especially for my two daughters and son.

I remember being told by many (both men and women) throughout my life to be quiet. In fact, I’ve been told to “sit down and shut up,” but I’m not going to do that anymore. My biggest takeaways from my life and the recent election are to speak up and be unapologetic.

I am a feminist because I am a female.  It’s that simple.

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