Incentivize your team and do
a little somethin’ extra
for your customers.
Our COMMUNITY PARTNER PROGRAM
empowers gratitude, joy, and loyalty.
Would you like to bring a sense of community and meaningful incentives to your amazing staff working from home or on the front lines? Or provide an impactful surprise & delight to your customers or clients?
She Summits Community Partner Program can help you achieve that!
How it works in a nutshell:
Your organization sponsors She Summits and our mission to elevate women of all ages.
We give you lots of really good stuff in return:
A custom page for your clients and customers to view films. We’ll hook you up with page metrics as well so you can see how the Program is working for you.
On our website under Awaken partner.
Access to 4 female-centric films per month
Announcement in our eNewsletter
Instagram story features on @shesummitsorg
Option to participate in She Summits social giveaways
Option to upgrade to a presenting sponsor (for an additional cost)
A digital greeting card so you can gift clients, customers, vendors, and team with She Summits films at any time.
You gift She Summits film viewings to your teammates, clients, customers, vendors, the delivery guy… heck, anyone you want really. That’s the best part, because love and gratitude, excitement and surprise ensue. All for you.
Everyone is stoked.
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"Your Company" is proud to support She Summits and their global mission. In celebration of their powerful work please enjoy these four inspiring short films.
Life of Pie
2019 | USA | 12 mins
Short story about mountain biking, women who shred, a small outdoor town, and pizza.
A life on ice
USA | 2019 | 34 MINUTES
Short film about a woman who fought to change the narrative about what was acceptable for a woman to do in the 1950s.
USA | 2020 | 9 MINUTES
TranSending follows the journey of Erin Parisi as she comes into her own identity as a Transgender woman and trains for the Seven Summits.
Life of Pie
2019 | USA | 12 MINUTES
When Jen Zeuner and Anne Keller moved to the tiny, conservative high desert town of Fruita, Colorado almost twenty years ago it was not on the map as far as mountain biking was concerned. It was a small and tight knit community without much economic vitality. Jen and Anne have left an inedible imprint on Fruita — at the outset they were on the fringe and a bit ostracized, they’re now at the very heart and soul of the community.
When Jen and Anne arrived, Fruita was still underground as far as a mountain bike destination, but now it’s as renowned to cyclists as Moab, UT. Unlike Moab, Fruita isn’t just known for it’s riding – you go there to eat hot pie. Jen and Anne weren’t shy about using their lesbian innuendos to sell pizza, even from the beginning. Slogans like ‘friends let friends eat hot pie’ and ‘we snatch kisses and vice versa’ were on free stickers by the cash register even when Fruita wasn’t quite ready for it.
Jen is a former competitive BMX rider and World Cup downhill mountain biker and Anne is a contributing photographer for Bike magazine, so when they’re not slinging pizza until they literally run out of dough you’ll find them out riding their favorite loops with their dogs.
A life on ice - Myrtle Simpson
USA | 2019 | 34 MINUTES
Short film about a woman who fought to change the narrative about what was acceptable for a woman (and mother) to do in the 1950s.
Myrtle Simpson - trailblazer, pioneer, adventurer, mountain climber, polar explorer, writer, and mother. In 2017, over fifty years after she became the first woman to cross the polar ice cap covering Greenland, she was awarded the Polar Medal - a gift from Queen Elizabeth II as thanks for services in the Arctic. In 2018, National Geographic named her as one of four women who defied expectations and explored the world.
Myrtle's life has taken her around the globe, journeys on which she insisted on taking her four children while she and her husband Hugh pursued their work and passion. Myrtle faced harsh criticism for "putting her children in harm's way" but defiantly persisted, telling the newspapers, tv and radio that these experiences enriched her children's lives far beyond their typical everyday experiences in Glasgow.
From Spitzbergen to Greenland, from the North Pole to the Highlands of Scotland, from New Zealand to Peru, Myrtle has blazed her own, unique trail. She has experienced places most people only dream about, all while writing 13 books, collecting specimens for museum botanical collections and raising four children.
Today, at the age of 90 she still competes in downhill ski races, hikes, bikes and swims and believes that more adventures await.
CANADA | 2020
TranSending follows the journey of Erin Parisi as she comes into her own identity as a Transgender woman and trains for the Seven Summits to create awareness and visibility for the Trans community. This is a journey of extensive vulnerability, heartbreak and courage. TranSending showcases the vulnerable journey into self discovery as experienced by Erin Parisi, the first Trans Woman to take on the 7 Summits.
FROM DIRECTOR, MAIRIN HART :
I first learned about Erin Parisi's goal to climb all the 7 summits from an article in Outside Magazine. In the article Erin states, "You can't accuse me of hiding if I'm standing on the top of every mountain of every continent saying, 'Here I am,". This line really stuck with me. Being a female director in the queer community, my goal is to give a voice and a platform to people with outstanding goals that can teach a universal lesson to all. Erin Parisi didn't necessarily want to be visible, but the trans community needs a role model like her as a spokesperson. I am honored to be a part in help tell her story to the masses.
CANADA | 2020
Nature Entwined is a visual love letter to womanhood and how it's intimately intertwined with the Squamish landscape. The two cannot be considered separately.
Whether it's a newborn bonding with her mother, an animal lover coming of age, a sunset hike, or a morning ritual, the goal of this film is to celebrate the way that women spend time in nature, and show how we’re connected not only to the land – but to each other.
CAST (in order of appearance):
Tessa and Kezlyn Easthope
Fadwa Bouziane (boozee-anne)