Emily Weltman is a Founder, Principal Consultant, Social Entrepreneur, Speaker, Writer, Teacher, Mentor, and Community Builder. She supports entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, and startups with Business Development and Content Strategy services to create “businesses for good.” Her passion for pitches matches her drive for pay equity. She leads with radical authenticity, radical acceptance, and deep intersectionality, to create innovation and inclusion from the ground up.
Emily has a passion for economic, gender, and racial justice. As a Creative Operations Lead at Wieden + Kennedy she guided several branded social justice projects of note including Hair Nah! from Momo Pixel, On She Goes and Time’s Up/Advertising. Through this work, as well as teaching, her passion for creating flexible and inclusive cultures grew.
Leveraging her Masters in Art Education and 20+ years in corporate creative and agency cultures, she teaches fellow founders how to build responsible, equitable, technical, and creative businesses. In addition, Emily facilitates workshops at the intersection of brand design, communications, and social enterprise. She brings a strong design pov to institutional, entrepreneurial, and academic endeavors, believing solid design is the key to increase our collective impact.
Emily founded Collective Flow Consulting in 2019, to provide mission-driven leaders the systems, skills, and strategies to increase revenue and make a positive impact. coFLOWco’s mission* is to achieve equal opportunity and economic empowerment by amplifying the strengths, voices, and creative ideas of diverse leaders. Designing the “Future of Work” starts with building a better foundation, 1 business at a time.
In addition to entrepreneurship, she is committed to social justice advocacy and equitable creative tech. Building a business for good, Emily is hosting workshops to evangelize the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals. She is driven to create gender equality and racial justice through better workplaces. coFLOWco “Leads with Purpose”, because the patriarchy isn’t going to fix itself. Emily‘s purpose? *Make work not suck for humanity.