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About the

Visionary CEO Academy

Every person is a person—first, last, and always.

That 👆🏻 is our highest value, and it drives our decision-making everyday.

Within that, our vision is to lead the evolution of online business, such that every client gets results, every team member is empowered, and every business owner loves their life.

And the way we will accomplish this is through our daily commitment to our mission: being the most advanced leadership institute for Visionary CEOs who are committed to scaling progressive, profitable & sustainable online businesses.

Co-Founders & Owners
Breanne Dyck & Jill Joevenazzo

Our Values

When we say “every person is a person”, here’s what we mean:

Black, Indigenous and Trans Lives Matter; Love is love; Women’s rights are human rights; Ability takes many forms; Climate change is real; Vaccines work; and Justice and equity (not just diversity and inclusion) are mandatory, in business and in life.

These aren’t just words on a page for us; they’re bedrock foundational and inform everything from our daily to-do lists, to who we take on as clients, and how we choose to invest our resources.

We also hold the following values:

  • How You Get There Matters.

  • There’s Always A Better Way.

  • Build For The Long Term.

  • The More We Help Others Win, The Better.

Meet The Team

Breanne Dyck (she/her)

Co-Founder & Managing Director

Jill Joevenazzo (she/her)

Co-Founder & Manager, Coaching & Curriculum

Alison Tedford (she/her)

Writer & Client Success Coach

Steph Jonsson (she her)

Client Success Associate

Clair Kim (she/her)

Clair Kim (she/her)

Client Success Consultant

Jennifer Lee

Technical Operations

Dusti Arab (she/her)

Dusti Arab (she/her)

Senior Marketing Strategist

Anti-Racism In Action

We are proudly 100% LGBTQ2S+ and 50% Indigenous (Métis) owned.

At the same time, we also recognize the privileges that have been afforded to us. The systems of racism, sexism, cis-genderism, ableism, etc. run deep, and so we are committed to putting our words into action.

Here are a few of the ways that we do so:


We acknowledge that we are headquartered on unceded Coast Salish territory, with team members located on the traditional territory of the Kwalikum, Cowlitz, Algonquin Anishinabe, and Haudenosaunee First Nations (among others).

That's why we #PayTheRent with 1% of our revenue going to supporting the Tillicum Lelum Friendship Center's programs.

We also run regular workshops & events with proceeds going to a local Indigenous organization selected by our team, such as the Indian Residential School Survivors Society.

Anti-Racism Pledge

We are signatories to the Small Business Anti-Racism Pledge, which means that we have committed to:

  • Name white supremacy and the impact of racism on both our personal and professional lives.
  • Engage in anti-racist education for our entire team.
  • Invest a portion of our monthly company budget to the Black, Brown & Indigenous community.
  • Commit to open-conflict and allow discomfort.
  • Express our sincere, long-term commitment to becoming an anti-racist organization.

Foundational training to get you out of the day-to-day.

Leadership development to make sure you stay there.

We are currently accepting applications for our Q4 cohort which begins October 2022.