The Abundance Lab provides a platform for women – and sometimes men – to debate, share ideas, skills and contacts to create opportunities for everyone and make change.
We believe a world where men and women are truly equals and enjoy the same access to opportunities and is a better and more prosperous place to be for us all. And that together we can make it happen.
The Abundance Lab connects together people with different abilities, expertises and backgrounds to make real debate around questions that are not asked often enough. Everyone is impacted, and everyone has a real contribution to make. We bring together academics, constant gardeneners, dreamy entrepreneurs, craftivists, yoga fanatics, first time jam makers, curious artists, budding chefs, brave activists, original photographers, shameless fashionistas, resigned economists, feisty campaigners, cake fanatics, determined researchers, sceptical journalists, graduating pole dancers, faith leaders, tennis players. And we ask questions, find the answers (or those who have them!) and make connections.
So you are the key element in our lab. We want to hear from you – and what you would like to debate when it comes to inequality and how it affects women (and men). What questions would you like to ask when it comes to inequality? What answers are you looking for? Let us know on Twitter @abundancelab or email us.
Eve Sadler, Founding catalyst and Director
Eve set up The Abundance Lab as she believes that women and girls not being equal and is bad for us everyone. She is the lead catalyst within the lab. Eve has worked with Oxfam, the Westminster Foundation for Democracy, Thinkingwomen and UK Feminista on gender projects. You can find out more about Eve's background and specialisms here, or drop her an email to talk more about the lab and what we are doing.
Serena Tramonti, Lab catalyst – media, partnerships and events
Serena believes that equality is important for everyone, whatever their gender or wherever they live. She keeps us connected via Twitter (and very occasionally via carrier pigeon). Our women, war and hope events series is being led by Serena, and you can find out more or get involved by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Isla Wilson, Lab catalyst – strategy and big projects
Isla is passionate about abundance for women and girls making their contribution to business and social enterprise. She guides us on some of our bigger lab projects.
Rachel Warhurst, Lab catalyst – office
Rachel keeps us all in line and The Abundance Lab on the show on the road!
To get in touch with the team, email us and we’ll get you connected.