A Letter from Our Editor
This is Natalia Crawford, the founder and editor-in-chief of She Leads Daily and I am writing to you today because I have some very important news to share with you.
Every year since SLD has been around, our team has taken the months of November and December off for the holidays. Before taking that break this year, I shared with our team about some inklings I'd been having regarding believing it was my time to move on from running SLD.
I, along with the team took the past two months to pray about this idea and I have come to conclusion based on prayer and clarity. I believe that it is my time to let go of running SLD and step into new things.
I am going to be focusing on building my personal brand and helping women start and build online businesses (nataliacrawford.com)
However, instead of shutting down SLD, I would like to give someone else the opportunity to run and own She Leads Daily.
She Leads Daily was my first business, it's what I have spent the past 4 years building, praying for, crying, working on, and given so much of myself, time, energy and finances to. It is something that I still believe in and would love to see it continue.
Passing on SLD will consist of:
-Me setting up interviews with interested candidates (I would really like to pass it on to someone who is passionate about and has vision for SLD)
-Offering transfer of ownership to the right candidate through a business agreement
If you or someone you know is interested in becoming the new editor/owner of SLD, please fill out this form.
I believe in seasons and the importance of knowing the season we are being called into, and I step into a new season I believe someone else will be stepping into the season of running She Leads Daily. This community has grown so much and is one that has become a community of women of faith both on a national and global level.
As a reader, I want to personally thank you for being a part of our journey, one that I hope will continue.
I believe in transparency and will keep in on the loop of what happens with SLD.
Here's to the new year and new beginnings.