Konda Mason is an Executive Consultant for Courageous Leadership.
She is a social entrepreneur, earth and social justice activist and spiritual teacher. She is a co-founder of Jubilee Partners, a business of wisdom keepers and wealth holders exploring new ways to use capital and Jubilee Justice Journeys (J3) exploring at the intersection of Race, Land, Spirit & Money. She is the Co-Founder and founding CEO of Impact Hub Oakland. She is the Strategic Director of the Runway Project Oakland, a micro-lending fund for African American entrepreneurs intended to close the “Friends & Family” gap funding. Additionally, Konda is the co-founder of the annual COCAP conference in Oakland, focused on “Building the We Economy”.
She is one of the co-founders and co-facilitator of The Well-Being In Business Lab - Oakland, a cross-sector initiative guiding prominent business owners, non-profit leaders and government officials to a deeper level of intention within themselves and their businesses.
Ms. Mason, along with her partners actor Woody Harrelson and Laura Louie, owned the first home delivery service of organic food in the Los Angeles area and were the first to negotiate an organic food section in a major grocery store in 1997. Additionally, Konda leads annual eco-tourism trips to the Amazon rainforest of Ecuador in order to wake people up to become active stewards of this vital earth ecosystem.
Konda is an accomplished filmmaker and artists manager and the recipient of an Academy Award nomination and a Grammy Award winner. Konda holds a Permaculture Design Certificate, is a certified yoga teacher and a meditation teacher. She sits on the Board of Directors of The Good Work Institute, Krista Tippett’s On Being, United Roots, and Spirit Rock Meditation Center where she is in a four-year Dharma Teacher Training with Jack Kornfield as her personal mentor.