Celebrating International Women's Day with the Health Coaches of IIN


March 4, 2015

Last Updated:

April 30, 2019

Integrative Nutrition is more than a school; we’re a movement of passionate individuals who are committed to making the world a better place. Above all, we’re a movement of strong, powerful women. Our incredible community ranges from female entrepreneurs who have started their own health coaching practices, product lines, and businesses to stay-at-home moms who are fighting for healthier school lunches.

I’m inspired by all of our students and graduates who are spreading a ripple effect of health and happiness around the world and making the world a better place for women.

This Sunday, March 8 is International Women’s Day, a global celebration of women’s rights and female empowerment. This year we’re excited to kick off a weeklong celebration of the event, specifically recognizing female Health Coaches who are spreading the ripple effect through their work with clients, families, classmates, and communities.

Join us in this celebration! The official International Women’s Day theme is “make it happen,” and this week we will be featuring different examples of inspiring women who are “making it happen” in their own way on our social channels with the hashtag #IINWomensDay. We want to hear what making it happen means to you, and hope to see you here on the blog, Facebook, and Instagram!

We started with some photos of our own. Check it out here to see how some IIN staff members are “making it happen” and share yours using #IINWomensDay!

As part of our commitment to supporting organizations who share our vision, we’ll also be donating $10,000 to the Sadie Nash Leadership Project, an organization that promotes leadership and activism in young women.

How do you “make it happen”? Let us know in the comments below and with the hashtag #IINWomensDay!

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