Combining talented hearts and minds to inspire growth and healing for humanity.

"Collaboration is empowering; the more I’m in conversations with others who are aligned, the more I see new possibilities & the more I feel joy & ambition"

Leadership in any domain can be overwhelming and lonely, but it doesn’t have to be!

JKirley Collective collaborates with others who share the mission of helping people unlock their potential to build the lives they want through transformative action.

Co-designing with other facilitators and enterprises creates a richer, more diverse experience for all, and generates a larger impact. Plus it’s more fun!

"The sincere care and compassion that Jessi provided for us....the kindness and compassion of all these gifted women. It is like seeing an Ocean’s movie. All “A” listers who love their craft and see the power of collaboration, yet could easily hold a stage (or carry a movie) on their own."


I started a business to pursue my passion of helping people unlock their potential, to craft the lives they want.

Recent Press

“What is dignity awareness and the benefits of it?”

An Interview with Dr. Tom Naro of MyPT

March 15, 2021

Jessi Kirley Brings Dignity And Collaboration To Her New Venture

BusinessWest: "Women in Business"

Joseph Bednar | Jan. 6, 2021

How to Tap into Dignity

Liz on Biz, with Liz Theresa

Jan. 11, 2021

Jessi Kirley, founder of JKirley Collective, and Andrea Bordenca, CEO of Institute for Generative Leadership US, talk about how and why they decided to collaborate and create the Dignity in Conversation program. They share the neuroscience and embodiment practices behind making lasting change, why connecting to our self-worth matters, and how this program can help people tap into their own strength and clarity to create the future they most desire.

Local organization helps navigate life's disruptions

The Even Better Western Mass Podcast, with Dave Madsen

Jan. 11, 2021

Jessi Kirley, founder of JKirley Collective talks with local Western Mass news host, Dave Madsen, about how and why she decided to start a new business during the Covid-19 pandemic. She talks about connecting to "what matters most", the trap of our hard-wired brain "negativity bias", and why she chose collaboration to realize her dream.

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