Leadership Initiatives

Inspired by first-hand knowledge of the White Lions,
Linda Tucker has led leadership courses since 2005
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In 2007, Linda presented her eco-cultural programs for talented children to Nelson Mandela. These program have continued to grow into a StarLion™ program, with grassroots in the rural communities surrounding White Lion territories – and globally.

In 2012, she founded the Academy for Lionhearted Leadership™ attended by local community leaders and students from around the globe. The purpose of the Academy is to promote LionHearted Leadership™ to enable future leaders from all walks of life to become powerful agents of change, willing to challenge existing paradigms and champion new ways.

The 13 Laws of LionHearted Leadership™ are Linda Tucker’s legacy.

“LionHeartedness” as a concept was defined by Linda Tucker through the example of Maria Khosa, a Lion Shaman who rescued Linda from an angry pride of lions in the wilds of Timbavati in 1991. Based on this life-changing experience, Linda’s definition of LionHeartedness is: 
That quality of Fearlessness inspired by Love and Respect for our natural world, that enables us to change our human world.
It makes us unstoppable.”

“Love is the governing force behind true leadership – which is defined by 13 LionHearted Laws”

– Linda Tucker

Rural Community unites behind One United Roar.

The power of a Rural Community uniting to save lions as a living heritage.

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2 weeks ago

Linda Tucker Foundation

Linda and Jason are presenting again in South African Parliament today!

Please send them your support as they once again tackle the horrific trophy hunting industry.Historic day: Linda and Jason are back in South African Parliament today, for further discussions on the proposed MORATORIUM on trophy hunting of lions in the greater Kruger area.

The topic for today's inquiry is "Community perspectives on benefit-sharing in the western boundary of the Kruger National Park".

Linda and Jason have ensured that the voices of community leaders and traditional healers from the Timbavati region are not only heard, but that these representatives are actually present to share their views in Parliament today.
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What an amazing Academy this year, reaching across cultures, ages and disciplines. The LionHearted Leadership training in the White Lion Heartlands reconnects human nature to Mother Nature, equipping us with the transformation tools to help restore our world. ... See MoreSee Less

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Enchanted circle: our Academy for LionHearted Leadership™ takes place in Camp Unicorn in the middle of the White Lion Heartlands. An Inyala ewe and her lamb look on. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

Linda Tucker Foundation

Many of you have met the StarLion family. We invite your support especially over Christmas to ensure their safety and freedom.MEET THE STARLIONS – Ingwavuma II

This Holiday Season Give the Gift of A Day of Freedom to the White Lions
whitelions.org/day-of-freedom/
Make your holiday season more meaningful by giving our endangered White Lions the chance to be free-roaming, as is their nature-given right
We measure value in Days Of Freedom: One Day of Freedom for each White Lion Costs $85.
CLICK ON THE LINK and give the gift of a Day of Freedom to Ingwavuma II this Festive Season

Our Little Prince, Ingwavuma II, was born on the 8:8th StarGate Portal to Marah’s son Letaba, and the glorious Khanyezi, a golden lioness who dug her way into our Heartlands from the greater Kruger system 3 years ago. This incredibly strong personality is named after the formidable Ingwavuma I, Linda Tucker’s guardian lion who was tragically hunted by
an American trophy hunter in Timbavati on 22 August 2000.

Pure charm and personality, it was clear he was going to be an ambassador from day one, indicating that he would turn into a true LionHearted Leader in the very near future…

Affectionate, brave and curious, the Sun Prince stole our hearts – who can resist those inquisitive eyes and little white cheeks?
Every day that passes, Ingwavuma gets bigger and more independent – and one day soon he will have to go out and be the leader of a pride of his own.

FOLLOW THE LINK to donate a Day of Freedom to Ingwavuma this Festive Season, and help us acquire more land for Ingwavuma to roam upon.

whitelions.org/day-of-freedom/

Don't go to the Mall to shop! This is an EASY way to give the people you love in your life a beautiful meaningful gift for Christmas. We will send you a personalized card FOR EACH donation you give for a family member or dear friend. Now that's special!
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