Megan Murphy formed WFB in 2015 with the help of many people in the community. She has studied and worked in social services since 2012 and is committed to organizing in various spaces around Seattle, focusing on feminism, human and nonhuman animal issues and food justice. She believes all wimmin and grrrls should have access to spaces where they can use their body, feel strong and build community with other wimmin and grrrls.
COACH GENEVIEVE CORRIN
Genevieve Corrin joined WFB as a co-organizer in January of 2016. She is driven in this project by her love of boxing and desire to make it more accessible to all womin, believing in the deep healing power of sparring. Genevieve began her love of fighting sports after being attacked on a dark running path while living abroad and, unable to defend herself, was rescued by a brave old lady. She has since dabbled in many fighting sports and started boxing in 2010. In 2017 Genevieve completed the assistant coach program through Cappy's Boxing Gym. She has studied and worked in social services for over a decade and holds a strong passion for social justice.