"What Stacie has created with her virtual Wellness for Waterpeople events is pure magic. The virtual events are right on time because it allowed me to continue community with fellow waterwomen as an alternate to Stacie's live tea events. Stacie has a relatability that just makes you comfortable enough to share in the conversation. I always leave the events having learned some new perspective."

- Ane F.

Linzi is a brand strategist & environmental educator living in a tiny house on a tiny island. Obsessed with all things ocean, she's happiest when in, on or under water. 

She's the Founder of Protect Blue, an ocean focused creative agency & SUPKids, an environmental education program for kids on SUP’s, and co-founder of Wavemaker Collective, where social innovation & creativity meet the sea.

Linzi Hawkin

January 24th
7am - 7:30 PST


Soraya Simi is a documentary filmmaker, photographer, and writer. Her work focuses primarily on themes surrounding human resilience and the ocean.

Soraya moved to California six years ago from AZ, and splits her time between Southern Cal and various water-y corners of the world. She is currently spending the winter season in Nazaré, Portugal. 

soraya simi

January 28th
7am - 7:30am pst


becky mendoza,
changing tides foundation

February 4th
7am - 7:30am PST


Becky is an action sports attorney, and Executive Director of Changing Tides Foundation. 

Born and raised in Miami, Florida to parents who emigrated from Cuba, it wasn’t until she graduated from the University of Florida and backpacked through Europe, that her desire for an education through travel and adventure, was born.

Finn has a BSc in Earth & Ocean Science, an MSc in Marine Biology and a Certificate in Culinary Arts. 

She works as a marine biologist and is an ambassador for Clean Coasts. Finn works with companies and brands creating recipes, video and social media content for the likes of; Mazda, SSE Airtricity, Surfgirl Magazine, Patagonia and Finisterre.

Finn Ni Fhaolain

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Join us for our first waterwomen's tea sit of 2021! Katie Falkenberg is a former photographer with the Los Angeles times, now residing in Oregon enjoying fly fishing and filmmaking.  

Katie's mission with her work is to raise awareness, spark interest, and create change where needed. Katie can be found fly fishing the rivers of Oregon or surfing in the Pacific. 

Katie Falkenberg,

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