We Will Walk is a pending nonprofit 501(c)(3) derived from a group of friends who got together to walk. Our goal is to support other nonprofit organizations and help make a change in the health and well-being of women and girls.
Today’s efforts have expanded beyond just walking on behalf of women as there are many people and organizations that need walking as a movement. Feel free to browse through our website to find out more about our organization.
Our mission is to create a healthier world by empowering individuals and organizations through walking as a movement. We are keenly focused on the needs of women and girls in underrepresented communities.
Our network of professionals is dedicated to supporting health and wellness issues by leveraging known wearables to support collective ROI results to develop sustainable and measurable habits.
Our vision includes the belief that healthy bodies promote healthy minds. We are dedicated to actively addressing those health markers within our control to promote wellness for all.
Karen Bass is a local business leader. She has over 20 years of successful Fortune 1000 corporate sales and marketing operations experience with companies such as Xerox Corporation, ADP, Konica Minolta, and Dell Services.
At these companies, she has called on Healthcare, Public Sector, and Fortune 1000 clients as a Business Development Executive, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Consultant, and Regional Sales Manager. Karen has an executive MBA with a focus on Organizational Leadership from Coles College of Business at Kennesaw University.
Karen has always had a passion for exercise and overall wellness. She has been a distance runner and tennis player but transitioned to walking and golfing as those activities lent themselves to greater business and social interaction. Her passions include empowering women and girls through mentoring, golfing, and walking.
Karen is an active member of the Atlanta West and South Chapter of Executive Women’s Golf Association, where she serves as the 2017 board president. She is also a volunteer mentor and supporter for Year Up.
In 2012, Karen and a group of out-of-work friends began daily walks to be supportive of one another. Over time, the walks became transformative and We Will Walk, a nonprofit 501(c)(3), was conceived.