Mission, Ethics, Giving Back

Gina Clark Creative is an online education platform, e-commerce shop, and community, dedicated to celebrating and encouraging creativity in everyone. 

Just as I celebrate creativity, Gina Clark Creative is a space where Black lives, brown lives, Indigenous lives, Asian lives, and the lives of the LGBTQIA community are celebrated, included, and respected.

I stand for equality, justice, diversity, inclusion, fairness, and love without judgment.

I am sex-positive and body positive and stand in support of women's reproductive rights.

I honour those with physical disabilities, mental illness, and other frequently marginalized and overlooked members of society.

Though I may speak in binary language (she/him), I honour and respect all sexual orientations and non-gender binary peoples.

Any content I create is done with the intent to educate, inspire, and serve creatives from all walks of life, regardless of their socioeconomic status, political status, religious affiliations, or race. However, I stand behind the code of ethics listed on this page above all else. 

To say it plainly, I do not tolerate any level of discrimination, racism, sexism, ageism, ableism, discrimination, or hate. I stand in solidarity with people of colour, Black, Indigenous, Asian, and all marginalized communities. Period.

When considering partnerships or investing in professional development, I’m committed to seeking out diverse groups, mentors, and businesses in order to disrupt my own internal patterns and biases of white supremacy, and cultivate an anti-racist liberatory consciousness. 

Any partnerships that do not uphold this code of ethics (equality, justice, diversity, inclusion, fairness, and love without judgment) are subject to revision and immediate termination.

Thank you for carefully reviewing the Gina Clark Creative code of ethics. 

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I would like to acknowledge that Gina Clark Creative operates on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe and Métis people of Treaty Three. The Anishinaabe are the original caretakers of this land for this I respect and honour them.  Miigwetch. 


Gina Clark Creative is dedicated to supporting and promoting creativity in all forms for all people. I especially love to help left-brained creatives and analytical artists (just like me!) with everything from deepening your creative practice, to developing a business, or just being more creative in day-to-day life. 

Working with me will bring you more time for creativity, increased self-confidence, and freedom to discover your own artistic and creative passions.





Thank you to D’Ana Joi Spencer and her Ethics Page training. Without her, this ethics page wouldn’t exist. To create your own ethics page, get the guide from Joi Knows How.

Three percent of all my business profits are donated to registered charity Raven Indigenous Impact Foundation for the purpose of developing and delivering The Fireweed Fellowship program. The Fireweed Fellowship is the first national accelerator program for Indigenous entrepreneurship in Canada.

The program consists of a 10-month-long, immersive, cohort-style fellowship program combining online educational sessions, self-directed on-the-land learning, and leadership development. Additionally, the program offers peer support, one-on-one coaching, mentorship, pro-bono professional services as well as investment-readiness prep. 

This program is co-created with, and informed by, knowledge keepers, business leaders and an Indigenous program team. Programming examines alternative economic models and perspectives and celebrates the strength of Indigenous world-views.