About Donna




Dr. Donna Fontanarose Rabuck is a writer, teacher, independent feminist scholar and women's ritual leader. She received her Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1990, with women's studies/literature/writing as her areas of focus. Now the retired director of a writing program at the University of Arizona, Donna directs the Center for the Sacred Feminine where, for the past twenty three years, she has nurtured, inspired, supported and created a women's spirituality community in Tucson, Arizona, the physical home of the Center for the Sacred Feminine. Donna leads bimonthly women's circles, seasonal goddess salons, and Spring and Fall Retreats. She also does private consulting, publishes a newsletter, and The WomanSpirit Guide, a bibliography. She is the author of many works in the fields of women's studies, writing, and women's spirituality.
When Donna was completing her graduate degree, she became part of a women's circle at a local church and discovered the power of women's spirituality and goddess archetypes to nurture and inspire women. Using her academic training, she reexamined the Greek myths and did extensive research in the rolex oyster perpetual fields of archeology, history, psychology, and western literature as well as eastern studies, yoga, native studies, and the wise woman tradition to create a unique teaching style which leads women to discover, understand, and explore the goddess within and without. Donna works deeply with goddess archetypes of the maiden, the mother, the wise woman, and the crone, cycles of the moon and sun, and creating an individual and unique feminine-centered practice of hublot replica watches spirituality that leads to nurturance, empowerment, and growth.
Donna has been holding space at the Center for the Sacred Feminine for women of open, loving, and spirit-affirming hearts and minds to gather and grow strong from being a part of a community of women working for positive change in their lives, celebrating seasonal holy days, singing, learning, reflecting, and opening to ritual as a means of healing. This community is now international, as women come from all over the world to attend the Spring and Fall Equinox Retreats. Come join your sisters in creating new paradigms of love, balance, and partnership for this new century.