A membership to help you
thrive managing the juggle of motherhood & career

Say goodbye to navigating the stress, guilt, and anxiety of being a working mum. 
Say hello to a Village that will support you every step of the way

Here's a glimpse of the Working Mumma Village

The focus is on community, connection and supporting you managing career and motherhood.


Develop your knowledge and skills with deep dives into topics with experts that allow you to take action and grow.  The sessions will be recorded and available in the member portal.


Have a burning question that you would like to get tips & advice on?  We'll open the floor up to share experiences and learnings to provide you the support you need.  


Regular resources & check lists released to help you in career and motherhood.  


When courses are released, you will be entitled to discounts & bonuses.  


Hopefully, we can run face to face events again in the future.  Looking to host events and provide face to face community building. 


It's often not what you know, but who. The exclusive Facebook group will be a safe space for everyone to share their highs, lows & journey.    Regular networking will be held virtually and allow members to get to know & support each other. 

The best return on investment you can make, is to invest in yourself

There is no doubt about it, the juggle is real.  Motherhood can be challenging on so many levels.

Many women believe they are forced to choose between being a mum and having a career. I know I am a better mum because I work. With the right systems, support structures and mindset, I've learnt that you might not be able to have it all at once but over time you can have both.

"We are expected to raise children like we don't have a career,
and have a career like we don't have children" - Annabel Crabb

As mums, we put everyone else's needs above our own, every single day.  The best return on investment we can make for our children is to invest in ourselves. Mums are the heartbeat of a family.  When we are feeling great, this flows onto the rest of the family in positive way.  We have communities to support us when we first become a mum, but not on the journey of managing career and Motherhood.  That is where the Working Mumma Village helps you to fill that void.  

Yes - you can have a career AND be a mum

Having children changes our outlook on the way we see the world.

Our priorities change, and our children become #1 above everything else.

Our identity changes.  We transition in an instant from being an individual to someone's mum and searching for confidence with our new identity.  

Our focus on career often changes and move down in the priority list.  We want to be there for our family, have flexibility, but still want a career.  
You don't have to choose one or the other.  Nor should people make you feel guilty for wanting both.  Everyone has their own path.  

This IS for you if

  • You want to be around like-minded women
  • You have a growth mindset 
  • You are motivated and inspired by doers, and it excites you when you see other mumma's kicking goals 
  • You experience mum guilt 
  • You feel like you never have enough time and overwhelmed 
  • You have external blocks 
  • You no longer want to feel alone

This ISN'T for you if

  • You expect private or 1:1 coaching
  • You are looking for a course - the Working Mumma Village is an ongoing membership where content is delivered each month. We will be delivering monthly content that supports the needs of the village.
  • You are looking for a quick fix 
  • You don't have a growth mindset 
  • You expect everything to be in the Village straight away - This is not a course and content will be added every month based on the needs of the Village.  This allows things to stay up to date and relevant with the evolving needs of working mothers. 

Hi, I'm Carina!

Founder of Working Mumma 

I am a wife, sister, friend and mum to 2 boys (3 years & 3 months - yes its a busy house!), an angel baby and fur baby.  I enjoy being active, and going for a run is my thing.  I also enjoy a nice glass of red or gin in front of the fire with hubby.  

In 2019, I founded Working Mumma, and continue to build a community that engages with over 3,000 women to support them in navigating their journey of motherhood and career.

My career is a patchwork of different experiences, working across IT, sports management, strategy & marketing/communications functions, in organisations from small start-ups to large multinationals. Like my work background, my study has also been varied. My undergraduate degree was in IT/IS and I later completed post-graduate studies and obtained my Masters in Management. I have a thirst for knowledge & believe you never stop learning in life and looking for new ways to grow and develop.

You aren't alone Mumma

Please know you aren't alone with the thoughts of doubt and anxiety, wondering how you are going to manage it all and if it's worth it.  Yes, mum guilt is real, and the juggle is real - every mum experiences this.  You are not alone, you might feel that way because you are seeking a community of like-minded people.  

We feel better when we can gain comfort in knowing that others are going through a similar experience and challenges.  

I had this recently with friends when we were discussing challenges over our 3 year old's eating habits.  Individually, we all thought we were failing & had done something.  But at the end of the chat, we felt better knowing it wasn't just us experiencing this.  We weren't alone.  Power of community. 

Behind every working mum is a Village,
supporting her every step of the way

The Working Mumma Village will help support you in the journey as a working mum to provide the support, resources and community help you thrive.

By joining, will gain immediate access to a Village of like-minded working mothers, so you no longer feel alone in managing the juggle of career & Motherhood. You will have Village of women supporting you to reach your goal to find YOUR balance of Motherhood, a successful career, and thrive.

Do I have all the answers? No. But this is where we can collaborate so we can help each other thrive.