Hi, I’m Nikki.

I help you amplify your impact and your income by owning your purpose and your power so that you can create a life that is meaningful and fulfilling.

And I help you align your strengths and your values with the way that you lead so that you can do work that matters – without checking your integrity at the door.

Because in these fast-moving and uncertain times, it’s your voice that we want, your message that we need, and your leadership that has the power to make a difference.








Hailed as “a force of nature” and “a rising superstar”, Nikki Groom is on a mission to help female founders recognize their worthiness, own their power, and amplify their impact – without checking their integrity at the door.

She is the author of A Power of Your Own: How to Ignite Your Potential, Uncover Your Purpose, and Blaze Your Own Trail in Life and Business, a business, brand and marketing strategist, and the creator of the Movement Makers Mastermind: a small business growth accelerator for women entrepreneurs.

Nikki hosts the Movement Makers podcast, founded The 100 Stories Worth Telling in 2015, and acts as an adviser for social entrepreneurs and enterprises.

She has been involved in dozens of projects and partnerships that focus on empowering women in business.

  • Disabled US Marine Veteran Ian Frank realized something: he wanted to use his second chance at life to use his photography in service of others and become “a voice for the voiceless.” In this episode of the podcast, Ian sends a powerful message to anyone who’s ever wanted to do something meaningful with their life.

  • In this interview, award-winning entrepreneur Kelsey Ramsden and I discuss what separates the highest performing entrepreneurs from everybody else, the mental training you need to integrate your success in a way that matters to you, and what you need to ask yourself if you want to make the most of your day and your network.

  • In this episode, I talk to She's The First founder Tammy Tibbetts about how the non-profit was born on social media, how she went from heading up social media for Seventeen magazine to running a million-dollar revenue organization, and what to do if you want to use your voice but don’t know what to speak up for.